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Continentals, and after the evacuation of Boston luai-ched with 
the regiment by way of tlie Shore towns to iS'ew York, llis 
regiment assisted in fortifying the city, and on August i^-ith 
was ordered to the Brooklyn front, where it took })art in the 
hattle of Long IsLmd on the 27tli. The regiment particijiated 
in the retreat of ^Se])tember 1st, and was with the army at 
AVhite Plains October 2Sth, where it remained until the time 
of service expired in I)eeeml)er. On January 1, 1777, he v.-as 
promoted Captain of the First "Connecticut Line" with which 
he remained after the regiment was reorganized a> the Third. 

On July 1.5, 1771*, Captain Champion was detached from his 
old regiment and ap]>ointed Acting ^Tajor of the First Battalion 
IJght Brigade, with a commission dating from Januaiw 1, 1779. 
This brigade had l)een organized by General AVashington to do 
duty at the front, and especially to attempt the ea})ture of 
JStony Point on the Hudson, which the enemy had occupied 
siiice May. The cor]x< was com[)osed of picked men from all 
the regiments under Wadiington's immediate comiiiand. and 
was oi'ganized into four regiments of two battalions each, (.'on- 
necticut furnished one of these regiments, numbering four 
hundred officers and men, which in the a.-sault fvirmed part of 
AVyllys' right column. At midnight on July 15th Gen. "vVayne 
assaulted and carried Stony Point with such skill, dash and 
cctmpleteness, as to elicit the praises of the enemy themselvt-s. 
Kemaining with the army, Major Champion continued his bril- 
liant career until the close of the Pevolution. lie was a mem- 
ber of the Connecticut Society of the Cincinnati. 

On his return to AVestchester Mr. Champion entered into 
politics. He was Dejnity from Colchester to the Connecticut 
Assenddy in 17S9, 170o to 1708 and ISoO to 1805, and from 
180<5 to 1817 held the office of Assistant. He was a deacon in 
the church in AVestchester from 1813 to 182>^. General Cham- 
pion always celebrated the IHth of July, which he termed 
'* Stony Point day," in due and ancient form at his famous old 
country scat in AVestchester. He obtahied the charter for rhp 
Pho.>nix Bank .)f Hartford because the State I>ank had refused 
iiim the acconnuodation of two thousand dollars. '• AWll," .--aid 
he, '• if this baidv can't accommodate me, 1 will have (jne that 
can." He was lara-elv interested in the Connecticut Laud 



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2S2 CHAMPIOX GEXEALOCtY. 

Company, to M'liieli lie subscribed over eiglity-iive tboiisanJ dol- 
lars, and the towns of Clianipii)n, X. Y., and Cliainpion, Oliio. 
were named in his lionor. He Avas instrumental in obtainino; 
the Scliool Fund itn- Connecticut, and was chairman of the 
committee of the State Legislature a])pointed to ai-range for 
the holding of the famous Hartford Convention in 1S14. His 
speech on this occasion is recorded at length in Dwight's " His- 
tory of the Hartford Convention.'' p. 343. 

After the death of General Champion the Cham])ion home- 
stead in Westchester was sold to the Loouds family, the pres- 
ent owners. Portraits of the General and his wife, painted in 
1T9.S, still adorn its walls. 

EPITAPH ox THE TOMB OF GENERAL HENP.Y CHAMPIOX. 

'• TJie patrioti.-m of Gen'^ral Champion early led him to join the army 
of the Revohuii.n. He was a Virave and efficient subaltern officer at the 
battle of Bunker Hill. He shared in the perilous retreat of the Ameri- 
can troops from Long Island. He rendered essential services under 
Kosciusko in constructing; the defenses at West Point. He led the first 
battalion of Connecticut Light Infantry at the Capture of Stonj- Point, 
Subsequently he filled many offices of Honor and Trust in his native 
State. By his talents and influence he promoted the welfare of the 
community where he resided. 

He died cheered by the hope and sustained by the promises of the 
Gospel, leaving a memory respected by his friends, cherished by his 
family and honorable to the place of his birth." 

CniLDREX BOKX IX WESTCHf:sTt:R, CONN. : 

339. i. Hexry, b. 6 Aug. 1782 ; m. Puth K. Robbins. 

ii. Akistarchus, \ d. 18 Sept. 1871, in Rochester, N. Y. ; 

>• twins, b. 23 Oct. 17^=4 : [unmarried.* 

iii. Aristobulus, ' d. 3 Feb. 17!>6. 



* Aristarchus Champion was graduated from Yale College in 1807 
and began the study of law in Now London. Conn. He did not, how- 
ever, enter upon the practice of his profession, but at the request of 
his father assumed tlie charge of the latter's interest in the " New Con- 
necticut " lands in Western New York. In 1826 he took up his resi- 
dence in Rochester, then a village but twelve 3'ears old, and made 
extensive purchases in real estate. Here he j>assed his life, occupied 
with the care of his property, and in carrying out works of private and 
public benevolence. He died at his suburban residence in the to%vn of 
Gates, lamented by a city he had done so much to make prosperous, 
an<l to wh<,>se religious and philanthropic institutions he had contrib- 
uted with a .-,ystematic munificence, which has been rarely equalh-d in 
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.Sf(». iv. Abigail, b. 17 Jan. 1787 ; m. Gen. David Deming. 
:',(!. V. IlAnuiKT. b. 1 Maj' 1789: m. Hon. Joseph Trimibull. 
::}■.'. vi. Maria, b. 19 Nov. 1791 ; m. Kobert Watkinson. 

vii. An Infant, b. 11 Mar. 1794 : d. soon. 

viii. An Infant, b. 2 Sept. 1795 ; d. soon. 
;}{:5. ix. Eliza, j m. Eiiznr Goodrich, 

-twins, b. 19 July 1797; 

X. William. ' d. 21 Apr. 1798. 

333. Dkbokaii Chami'Ion {Tf<'nri/^\ ][enrii^^\ T}iomit--(% 
If(:n/'f/),h<n-n 3 ]May 1753, in AVe.stchester, (.'onn. ; died 20 
Mi»vt'inl)ei- 1S45. in Gilead. ConiL ; was mavriod in (rilead, 3 
Scptfinlicr 1775, as second wife, to lion. Samukl GiLnKKT, son 
of Col. Samuel and Eli/:a1)etli (Curtice) Gilbert, ])Oi-n 3 June 
JT34, in Gilead ; died 24 A]tril ISIS, in Gilead. 

^[r. Gilbert Mas ]iresiding' Judt^^e of the Coui't of C<jminon 
Picas of Tolland County for the term of twenty-one years. 
IJe was Deputy from Hebron to the General Assembly in the 
years 1700. 17i'2, 1793 and 1791> : and sustained many other 
important offices, both civil an<l military. His judicial posi- 
tion atforded him an opportunity to pros'e the correctness of 
his mind aiul the integrity of hi.> heart. lie exhibited through 
life a singulai- equability of mind — never depressed by adver- 
sity i\ov intoxicated by prosperity. He died as he had lived — 
an honest man, in the full possession of an enlarged and ele- 
vated mind, and with perfect composure and resignation to the 
will of Heaven. 

" Mrs. Deboi-ah (Champion) Gilbert," says a descendant, 
''was sent by her father at the age of seventeen to carry dis- 
patches from Xew London to General AVashlngtrin at Bo-tnu. 
She made the journey there and back on horseback, attended 
<»nly by an old slave named Aristarchus. At one time she 
pa.>sed through the lines of the Ih'itish soldiers carrying funds 
to pay the American army, her sex enabling her to pa-s with- 
out suspicion. I am proud to be able to remember her as a 
stately old lady of ninety-three years/' 

\_G'ilf>rrV\^ CU1LI>KKN- r.oUX IN (;TIKAI), COXN. : 

i. A son, b. 3 Sept. 1776 ; d. same day. 

■'•'l. ii. Samuel Augustus, b. 10 Sept. 1777 ; in. Abigal Wells, 

•il"'. iii. Elizabeth, b. 31 July 1.79; ni. Col. John Isliani. 

iv. Sarah, b. 28 Nov. 1781 : d. 17 Aug. 1789. 

•'^10. V. Pevton Randolph, b. 12 Sept. 1784 ; m. Anna Porter. 



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1 347. vi. John Henry, b. 31 Jan. 1787 : m. Mary Root. 

i 348. vii. Sar.mi. b. 2.". Dec. 1780 : lu. Abner Post. 

349. viii. Abby Mafia, b. 29 Aug. 1793 ; m. Hon, Samuel Jones. 

; 350. ix. CiiAiiLES Chami'IOX, b. 14 A^ir. 1797; ni. De!)orah C. Silliman. 
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r 334. Gen. EpAriiKODiri's Ciiami'iox {TlennJ^, IIenrij''^\ 

\ IhomaK', Heiinf), bom ♦'> A]»ril ITo*'), in Westcliester, Conn.; 

I died 22 Deceinl>er 1S34, in Ea^t Iladdaiii, Coiui. ; married in 

■- East Iladdatn, 17 December ITSl, Llcketia IlrnnAKD, dano-litor 

\. of Elisha and Lucy (Stearns) Hubbard, born 23 Se])teinl)er 

1 1700, in Hatfield. Mass. ; died 20 June 1S3C, in East Haddani. 

] AUTOBIO<;KArilY OF GEN. EPAPHR0DITU8 CHAMPION. 

i "I entered the service of tlie Continental Army April 9, 

; 1770, and joined tlie main army at Xew York. I acted under 

I the immediate orders of the C'ommissary General, my duty 

'. being to receive the beef cattle and other stock and deliver 

I them intc the i>suina: stores, and to keu]:> Colonel Champion 

I constantly infornjed of the consumption of the armv and the 

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I amount on hand. The army was fed with salt meat one day in 

j the week (Sunday) and with fre-h meat the other six. (^)ne 

I day General AVashiugtoii asked me how long the sup])lies on 

\ hand would suffice for the army. ' Only a few days," I replied. 

1 — Soon after the Americans evacuated Xew York. On my 

I " way to Connecticut to purchase additional supplies I was taken 

I sick at a shore town, but a Colchester man nursed me through 

I my illness and afterwards accoinjianied me home. 

I AVhcn the army lay at AVhite Plains, a few days previous to 

! the battle, Gen. AVashington sent for me to come to Head 

j Quarters, and enquired the number of beef cattle on hand, 

j their average weight, and the manner in which they were kept. 

1 After ])eing answered in these particulars, he observed that a 

■ certain drove of cattle were in a rather unsafe position, and 

t pers(jnally ^uperintended the renujval of them. "When Col. 

I Ephraim Blaine, of Baltimore, who succeeded Connnissary 

' General Trundndl, came ttt reside with the army as D. C. G. 

1 of Purchases under the regulations of Congress enacted June 

' 10, 1777, he solicited me to remain with the armv in the same 

position I had held under Mr. TrumbulL 1 declined, as I 

\ apprehended great difficulty in executing the business of the 

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li'ft the armv at tlie cross roads some fifteen or twenty miles 
to the iiorihwanl of Philadelphia, and went to Ulster County 
in the State of ^S^ew York, as I had been directed by Com. 
den. Truml)ull to deliver over to Col. J:51aine five hundred 
lu'a<l of beef cattle that had been placed there and were fatten- 
ing, as some security of supply in case the enemy should gef 
connnand of the ]Sorth River and cut off su]>plies from the 
ea>tward. This delivery was completed in September. 1777. 
] then returned to Colchester and closed my services under 
Com. Gen. Truml)ull on the '2d of October, making o4:'2 days 
of service. On the 3d of Ocio1)er I commenced my services 
as Purchasing Commissary under Peter Colt. I). C. G. of P., 
talcing the oath and giving the bond required by the regu- 
lations of June 10, 1777. 1 closed this term of service on 
January 31, 177S, making 121 days of sei'vicc. (.)n February 
1st I contmenced my services as Purchasing Commissary under 
Colonel Henry Champion, who acted by s])ecial auihority under 
letters from (Tcneral AVashington. I closed this engagement 
on January 22, 17^0, nuiking 721 days of service. I was 
therefore 1384 days, or 3 yrs. 9 mos. and 21 days, in the public 
service, during which my time was wholly devoted to this ser- 
vice and I did no other business whatever, and whenever 
necessary my ci'edit and private means were willingly appro- 
priated for the piirchases of stores for the ai-my.'' 

After his marriage General Champion took up his residence 
in East Haddam, the birthplace of his father, and entered into 
politics. He was a Deputy from East Jladdam ti) tiie General 
Assembly during the years 1702, 1703, 1705, 1700, IbOa and 
1S06; and was elected by general ticket to the 10th. 11th, 12th, 
13th and 1-1-th Congresses of the United States. His letters 
written while he was at AVashington are most interesting. lie 
did not cease, however, t<j take great interest in military 
affairs. lie Avas a})pointed Captain of the First Com]->any, 
Twentv-tifth Iteu'iment Connecticut Alilitia, on Xovember 3. 
1784, and to the same rank in the Twenty -fourth Pegiment in 
1700, of which he was made ALijor, Novendx-r 2. 1702, and 
Lieut. Colonel Connnandant on October 27, 1705. He resigned 
his connnand October Id, 1708. but after the reorganization of 
the militia in ISIT) he was induced to bec(»me Captain of the 



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i Soiitli Company in East Iladdam, wliich met once a year on I 

'. " traininij- davs." I 

i General Champion liad bnsiness relations with the We.st j 

i Indies for many years, em])loying several vessels in carrying I 

• cargoes to and from the various islands. During the summer t 

\ 'months his vessels discharged at his wharf at East Iladdam, ■• 

i hut when the river was closed by ice he transferred his bnsi- > 

i ness to New London. lie also owned several stores and other ': 

4 real estate in East Iladdam. | 

! In 1701: he built the house now standing at East Iladdam '■ 

\ Landing at a cost of ten tliousand dollars. It was a reproduc- i 

! tioTi of the Deming house in Litchfield, and was built by the 

; same workmen. The architect was a Scotchman named Sprat, : 

1 and the workmen were English. In Barber's " History of ^ 

j Connecticut/' p. .">2I:. maybe seen a view of the Landing, with ; 

■ the following descri})tion of the Champion house : '' The build- I 

j ing on the extreme left was the residence of the late Gen. j. 

j Epaphroditus Cham]uon, and now of his S(m, E. Champion, I 

I Esq. It is distinguished for its bold and lofty terraces, and is ^ 

I a striking object to travellers passing on the river."' It was I 

I sold in ISLS to the Tyler family. I 

\ Mrs. Lucretia (Champion) Bacon, the General's daughter, I 

\ thus descril)ed his costume as she first remembered him in f 

j 1793: ••Blue broadcloath coat with gilt buttons, yellow vest, I 

! ruffled shirt, white neckerchief, short breeches, buttoned at the b 

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i knee, hose of grav woolen in ^\'inter and white cotton in sum- f 

\ mer, shoes with silver bucklt^s, hair in a queue. He wore a * 

I watch and ribbon, but never carried a cane until later years. I 

I ' He wore his queue until he went to Congress in 1807, when he '■: 

i liad it cut oil in conformitv with the modern fashion. Hon. ? 

[ John Lovett, of Albany, wrote an elegy on the k)ss of the 

I General's queue, to which Mrs. Champion replied in a long ; 

poem, in which she said he would give all the hairs to inoculate 

j- all Americans with Federalism." [See A}){iendix]. > 

I General Champion was a devoted admirer of AVashington, ^. 

• and knew him intimately. One day as he and his daughter f 

I Lucretia were walking on the piai^za of their home, a horseman ^ 

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I ChaiDpion said, ''I am glad lie lias died before he has done 

I anything to tarnish his fame.'" 

I' General Champion possessed an even temper and kind 

I heart ; he was a man of peculiar clearness of mind and deci- 

I ri(.n of character, and discharged the duties of a citizen, sol- 

? dier and magistrate, with honor to himself and usefulness to 

( Iiis fellow men. 

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I 'J'he following epitaphs appear on the Champion monument 

ftl East Iladdam : 

The Ilonorahle Epai)hroditus Champion, 
Died on the 22'' day of December 
] SU aged 79 years. 
He was a devoted pati-iot of the devolution, and for 
ten years a highly respected member of the Congress 
of the United States. Talents, benevolence, and in- 
tegrity characterized his spotless life. 

Lncretia, 

Wife of Gen. Epaphroditus Cham']nun, 

Best of Wives, of Mothers and of Fi-iends, 

Died June 20"^, 183G, aged 76 years. 

CHILDREN BORX IX EAST HADDAM, COXX. : 
3>1. i. LucTJETiA, b. 17 Feb. 1783 : m. Hon. Asa Bacon. 

ii. Clarissa, b. 24 Feb. 17&5 ; d. suddenly, 22 Oct. 1801, while 
visiting her cousins, the Storrs, in Middletown, Conn., where 
she lies buried. 

iii. Epaphuoditus, b. 21 Oct. 1786 ; entered Yale College in the 
fall of 1801, his room-mate being Rev. Dr. Nathaniel W. Tay- 
lor. He left college, however, at the end of his Junior year 
in consequence of a severe pain in the chest and an obstinate 
eye trouble. Going to Litchfield, he studied law for a year, 
and then removed to New York City, where he continued . 
his legal studies two years longer. He then returned to 
East Haddam, where he lived leisurely until his death, 16 
July 1841. Pie was unmarried. 

?'o5. Dorothy Champiox (//('// /■y-'',//tf^^/'y'°, T/io/iias^, IL:nnf\ 
burn 29 October 1759, in Westchester, Conn. ; died 4 Decem- 
ber 1880, in Litchfield, Conn. ; was married in Westchester, 
i AugiKst 1781, to her cousin Jllils Dhmixg, son of David and 
-Meliitable (Champion (19) ) Deming, born 16 April 1755, in 
Lyme, Conn. ; died 2:-) January 1838, in Litchfield. 



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Julius Deminri:, after servinu- tlirougli the Revolntii^ii witli 
tlie rank of C'a[)taiii of Cavalrv under In'.s uncle Col. Ileni'v 
Champion, removed to Litchfield, where he commenced busi- 
ness in the year ISTl. The house which he Iniilt and in which 
he resided was occupied by his daughter lAici'eria for nearly 
fifty years after his death, and at her decease became the pi'(»}»- 
erty of his grandson Mr. J. Deming Perkins. 

]Mr. Deming was a gentleman of remarkable energy and en- 
terprise. He soon visited London and made ai-rangements tu 
import his goods direct from that city, which probably was not 
true of any other country merchant in Connecticut, lie was | 
universally recognized l>y his fellow citizens as the most thor- 
ough and successful business man who ever engaged in trade 
in Litchfield. Prom])t in his engagements, scrupulously up- 
i-ight in his dealings, and discreet and lil)eral in his benetac- | 
tions, few men in any counnunity e^'er enjoyed more ini])licitly I- 
the confidence of all. ^Iv. 1 )eniing had little taste for public | 
life. He wa> three times ilT'.*'), IT'.' I and 170S) elected a I 
member of the House of lte})resentatives, and for sevei'al years | 
was a magistrate of the county. From ISOl to l-f-f lie served | 
in the otiice of ( 'ounty Treasurer. His position and intluence i 
were such, that, had he been an aspirant for political honors, | 
there were few offices within the gift of the people of his '; 
State which he mioht not have tilled. 



f \_Dt'mi'/i.(/] cniLDKEX noux ix LriciiFiKLD, cv»NX. : : 

I i. Julius, b. 28 July 1782 : d. 8 Auj;. 179'J, while a member of tlie ^ 

i Sophomore class in Yale College. 

i ii. Dorothy, b. 29 Dec. 1784 ; d. 24 Oct. 1835, in Litchfield ; uu- 

r married. 

[ 352. iii. Fredkrick. b. 4 Oct. 1787 : m. ^lary Gleason. *> 

Cuarlp:s, b. 23 Dec. 178'.» ; d. 20 April 1852, in New York Citv ; ? 

unmarried. He was a merchant. V 

William, b. 1 Mar. 17112 : m. Cliavlotte T. Bull. \ 

Clarissa, b. 21 Dec. 1795 ; m. Charles Perkins. -, 

vii. Mary, b. 16 Oct. 1798: d. is Apr. 1817, in Litchfield: unmar- ] 

ried. ^ 

viii. LucRETiA. b. 13 Aug. 1S(U : d. 29 Aj.r. 1887, in New York City. \ 

Miss Deming was a lady of strong, self-reliant nature, and > 

held with dignity her .social position, yet to the humblest she | 

was a constant friend. Tliougli iininnrried, her nepho\vs ^ 

and nieces stood to her in tlie place of children, and repaid | 

her fondness fur thetn witli an atfectionate and tender care. s 

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I 336. ]\[ai;v Chamt'ion {Tltjinf^, Ifenrf/^, T/iotnas^, JLnn/)^ 

j lioni 11 September 1702, in AVestchoster, Conn.; died 7 Anonst 

I 18-13, in JEast Iladdani, Conn.; Avas married, 1st, in AVest- 

[ c'liester, 28 I)eecml)er 1788, to AA'illiam Eulkelky, son of 

I Jolm and Judith (AVorthington) Bulkeloy, born 31 August 

I l7tU, in Concord, ]\rass. ; died 1 ALav 18o], in Colehe=ter, 

I Conn. She M'as married, 2d, 'in Cokdiester, 15 November 1S08, 

I as tliird wife, to Major Eogkr Bulkelky,^-' son of Gcrsbom 

\ and Abigail (Eobbins) Eulkeley, born li Se})teml)er 1751, in 

I Colcliester, Conn. ; died 1 August 1819, in Colchester. 

I Arilliam Eulkeley was a farmer and resided in Colchester. 

I lie was at the Champion house in Westchester when the spe- 

f cial messenger dispatched by General ^Washington arrived, 

I hrini^iiu'- the news of the distress of the American Armv. He 

f at once yoked up his oxen and joined the relief train which set 

f out under the cunmnmd of Col. Henry Cliamjiion. This was 

I said to have been the first assistance which reached A'alley 

! Forge. 

I Eoger Eulkeley was lieutenant of the cumpany \\hicli volmi- 

f teered from Colchester for the rehef of Boston in the " Lex- 

I ino-ton Alarm."' April. 1775. He also had command of a train 

1 of ten teams which transported supplies from Connecticut to 

i the Continental Armv in 1777. In Colchester he was a man of 

s " 

I influence and wealth. 

i\_BuUceJiy'] CHILDKEX 150RX IX WESTCHESTER, CONN. : 
i. A son, b. 4 Apr. 1790 ; d. same day. 
{ 3.54^. ii. Hexry, \ m. Statira Hurd. 

\ [- twins, b. 15 June 1791 ; [unniamed. 

t iii. Epaphroditts, ) d. :26 Jan. 1^17, in Colchester, Conn. : 

iv. Mary, b. 13 July 1793: m. 1 June 1S17, Charles, son of Jesse 
and Drusilla ^Dait) Hurd. He was . mercliant in Middle 

Haddani, Conn., and d. there, 18-2G. She d. there, 23 

May 1832. They had no children. 

337. Elizabeth Champiox {Ilenri/^, Ilenn/^, Thomas^, 
Htni'if), born 11 September 1702, in AVestchester, Conn. ; died 
f 21 June 1845, in Middletown, Conn. ; was married in West- 

chester, 5 October 1783, to Col. Lemuel Storks, son of Lemuel 



* For his previous marriages, et<" 5 " Bulhcley Ge)i.,^' No. 4-'0. 
19 



Ul, 



IV. 



290 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

and TTannali (GilletO Stons, boni 2<; April 1 Tr)o, in Mansfield, 

Conn.; died 1^".» TSoveniber Isld, in Middletuwn. t 

'' Colonel Storrs was one of that class of men in whom nat- | 

ural a})titn<lc in i-easonino- snpplies the want of logical formnlas | 

and the training of the schools— a class of men who can turn \ 

at will the whole current and volume of their resources upon r 

any theme of thought, or bushiess undertaking which they en- ^ 

counter in the i)ath\ray of life. ^- •• ^ " His wife was a ladv | 

of decided individualities, remarkable alike for the strength | 

and keenness of her understanding, and habitually in the en- | 

terprises of life and the intercourse of society, employing her | 

wit, and ridicule, and satire, to carry those points of vantage | 

and hostile positions which she could not Ijatter down and de- | 
molish with her masculine connnon sense." [From an address 
by Col. Henry C. ])eming.] 

[Sforrs] CHiLDiJEN Boiis IX Miin>LKT<nvN, coxN. : 
i. Ei.iZA Brainard. V>. CG July 1784 : m. Hon. Joseph Trumbull. 
l^See No. oils.) 
355 ii Hexry Raxpolph. b. 3 Sept. 17S7 : m. Esther Wbite. 

Lemuel Gl-stavcs, b. 22 Feb. 1792 ; m. U Apr. 1812. Eliza 
Watson Cotton. He was a merchant in Hartford. Conn., and 
later in Painesville. O.. where he died 1 Nov. 1861. Child :— 
Lemuel Aurjustus, b. G Feb. 1813, d. 31 Mar. 1830. 

William Lrcirs. b. 25 Mar. 1795 : was graduated from Yale 
Colle"-e in 1>!14. read law with his orother Henry in Whites- 
town? N. v., and was admitted to the bar in 1817. He soon 
returned to his native town and conmienced the practice of 
his profession, in which he rapidly rose to eminence. He 
was soon called to the puljhc service. He represented :\Iid- 
dletown in the State Legislature from 1827 to 1829, and in 
1834 was Speaker of the House. From 1829 to 1833 he was 
a member of Congress for :^liddlesex District. In 1839 he 
was again elected, but being in June. 1840, appointed Judge 
of the" Supreme Court of Connecticut lie resigned liis seat in 
Congress and went upon the bench. In 1846 he was made 
Professor of Jurisprudence in the Yale Law School, having 
been cluef instructor in this department tl\e year previous. 
This chair he resigned in 1847. In 1857 he was promoted to 
be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the State, in which 
office he continued until his death. He d. 24 June 1861, in 
Hartford. He was unmarried. 

3;^S. Esther C II AMi'iox(//r/?/7/\ H<ni'>f\ Thoina.^', irenrf). 
born S May ITGts in We.-^tcliester, Conn. ; died 17 January 1S40, 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 291 

ill Cantcrbiirv. Corai. ; was married in AVestcliester, 21 Marcli 
1704 to Gen. Mosks CLEAVKr.ANn, son of Col. Aaron and 
'J'liankl'ul (Paine ) Cleaveland, born 2l> January 1754 in Canter- 
Imry ; died 1^ Xoveniber 180(3, in Cantcrlmry. 

Mr. Cleaveland entered Yale College with the Class of 1777, 
but left college before completing his course to enlist in the 
Continental Army.'- lie entered the service as Lieutenant in 
the rvOxl)ury l^angers, a comi)anv which was raised to <lo duty 
around r>oston at the '" Lexington Alarm." Contimiing in the 
service, he was appointed an ensign in the Second licgiment 
"Connecticut Line,'' with a commission to date from January 
1, 1777. During the Burgoyne campaign he served under 
General Putnam on the Tlud>on below Albany, and late in the 
fall of that vear was ordered to AVashington's army in Penn- 
ftvlvania. Ilis regiment took jtart in the sharp alfair of AVhite 
ilarsh on December 7t]i, and on the 25111 he was in-omoted 
lieutenant ; his regiment then went int.* winter quarters, lie 
was present at the battle of [Monmouth on June 2Sth follow- 
ing, and on September 1. 1770, was promoted captain-lietiten- 
ant, with a commission dating from August 2d. Having passed 
the necessary examination he was then tran>feri'ed t(. the corps 
of sappers and miners. This department of the army was not 
called into active -ervice until tlie siege of Yorktown, and 
Captain Cleaveland handed in his resignation June 7. 1781. 

Keturning to Canterbury. Captain Cleaveland began the 
practice of law. He wa> a delegate to the Hartford Conven- 
tion called to ratify the Constitution of the Cnlted States on 
Januarv 0, 178S; and repre>ented his native town in the 
Assemi.lies of 170t» to 1705 and lSu4 to ISOO. In 1706 he 
was appointed superintendent of the Connecticut Land Com- 
panv, which had ])urchased the Western lieserx-e in Ohi(.. and 
early in October of that year the survey of the present city of 
Cleveland was completed' the place being named in his honor.f 
The remainder of his life was pa.M:d in Canterbury. In 1801 
he was made Brigadier-General of the Fifth Brigade of the 
Connecticut Militia. He was also one of the founders of the 
Connecticut Cincinnati. 

♦ He reooive.1 his dc-roe, however, at the -i-aduatioii of his class. 
*0n July --J lf>'-). a ^^tat.ie of General Cleaveh-.n.l was unve.le-l on the public 
square of that city, un.ler the the auspices of the Ikirly Settler's Assoeiation. 



J- 

292 ciiA^^iriox genealogy. 

[^ClcaveJund] ciiildkkn horn ix cantekbuky, conn.: 

356. i. Mary Esther, b. 14 -May 1705 : m. Dr. Andrew Harris. \ 
ii. Fkancks Augusta, b. 25 Sept. 1797 ; m. 2G Nov. 1849, Samuel f 

Coit Morgan, of Jewett City. Goim., and d. 18 Feb. 1880, |. 

leaving no children. {See •' Morgan Gen.'') \ 

iii. Julius Moses, b. 21 Mav 1805 ; was drowned, aged 16 vears. j; 

I 
339. !Ma.ior IIexrv CirA>rpiox i7len/-i/^\ llent-if^, ITrn-n/'\ t 

Thoiiia-'^, IlemnA), born Aiiiru.st 1TS2, in "Westchester, Coim. : \ 

died 28 December 1S23, in Westchester; married in AVestehes- I 

ter, 5 May 1S03, ItUTii KntuEHLY lioinirxs, daiiu^liter of Eev. i 

Robert {Y. C. 1700) and Jerusha (Estabrook) liobbin.?, born 5 i 

October 17S2, in AVethei'stield, Conn.; died 12 September | 

1803, in Troy, X. Y. | 

Henry Champion enlisted in the Twenty-sixth Eegiment | 

Infantry, Keu-ular Army, on Jidy 2, 1814, and served nntil | 

Febrnary 25th of tlie ensuinix year. Later he was aiipointed J: 

Maj(»r in the Connecticut ^lilitia. | 

He resided all his life in Westchester, and represented the | 

town of Colchester in the State Assembly in 182t>. He lies | 

bnried in the family lot in the burying-o;ronnd about a rpiarter \ 

of a mile east of "Westchester ^leetino; House. | 

^Sfi-s. Champion Avas named after her father's tirst wife. \ 

The later years of her life were passed in Troy, X. Y., alter- | 
nately at the home of her l)rother Dr. Amastus Itobbins and 
that of lier daughter ^Irs. Edwards. 

CUILDKEX BOIiX IX WESTCUESTEK, COXX. : 

i. Robert Hexry, b. 5 June 1804; d. 6 (by fam. rec, 5 by gr. 
stone) Feb. 1805. 

357. ii. George, b. 3 June 1810 ; m. Susanna Larned. 

358. iii. 3Iaria, b. 25 Seiit. 1812 : m. Hon. Jonathan Edwards. 

359. iv. Abigail Jerusha, b. 5 Feb. 1818 ; ui. AVilliam M. Bliss. 

310. Ai!ii^ArLCnAMi'iox(7/^./^/'y^'"^ Henr)/^, Ilenrif'^, 77iOf/U(ii'\ 
I/en/'i/^), born IT January 1787, in Westchester, Conn. ; died 
31 March 1835, in Hartford, Conn.; was married in Westches- 
ter, IT September 1804, to her cousin Gen. David Demixg, son 
of Major Jonathan and Alice (Skinner) Deming, and grandson 
of David and Mehitable (Champion (19)) Deming, born 23 
August 1781, in Colche.-^ter, Conn. ; died June 1827, in Col- 
chester. 




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CHAMPION GEXKALOGY. 293 

David Deniing like iiiaTiy of the ii'telliu'ent voiiiii; men of 
liis time went into tnule after the el^l^e of the Kevohition, and 
■svas a prominent merchant in Coh-hester for mauy years. He 
represented Colchester in the General Assemblies of ISll, 
1813-15, ISIT and lS'2'o ; and was a delej^ate to the convention 
held at Hartford in An^-ust, 1818, to forni the Stnte Constitu- 
tion. He was also a major of cavalry, and in 1819-20 briga- 
dier-D-cneral of the artillerv briu-ade. which consisted of two 
regiments of light and three of liorse artillery, 

[Dtminfj] cniLPRKX bokx in coLcnp:sTi:R, conn.: 

360. i. Mary Thompson, b. 9 Oct. 1805 ; m. Rev. Thomas Ij. Shipmau. 
ii. Harriet Tinker, b. 33 Feb. 1808 : d. 5 Sept. 1810. 
iii. Abigail Champion, b. 18 June ISIO; d. 11 June 1816; ujimar- 

ricd. 
iv. Jonathan Amory, b. 19 Oct. 1813 : d. 5 :May ls38, wliile in the 
Freshman chiss in Yale College. 

361. v. Hknry Champion, b. 33 May 1815 : m., 1st. Sarah Clerc ; 2d. 
Annie (Wilson) Jillson. 

341a. Hakkiet CfLorpiox (Ilc>u'i/''\ IIenri/\ Uenn/\ 
Thomas^, IL:nr)f), horn 2 May 1T8U, in Arestchester, Conn.; 
died 15 October l82o, in Hartford, Conn. : was married in 
AVcstchcster, G ]\[arch 1818, to Hon. Joseph Trumrull, son of 
David and Sarah (Backus) Trumbull, and nephew of "Brother 
Jonathan" Trumbull, born 7 December 1782, in Lebanon, 
Conn. ; died 4 August 18(;l, in Hartford. 

]\rr. Trumbull was graduated from Yale College in 1801, 
studied law in Lebanon, and in 1802 was admitted to the Ohio 
Bar and soon after to the bar of AVindham County in his 
native State. In 18<14 he removed t<> Hartf«:)rd, where he 
resided during the remainder of his useful and honored life. 
He represented the town of Hartford in the General Assembly 
of Connecticut in 1832, 1848 and 1851. Li 1834 he was 
elected to fill a vacancy as Eepresentative in Congress, and was 
a member of the House in the 2<)th and 27th Congi-esses from 
1839 to 1843. In 1849 he was elected Governor of Connec- 
ticut. During his life he manifested a deep interest in the 
welfare of the community where he resided, being an active 
and leadiiiiT member in its various charitable and other institu- 
tions. 



294 CIIAMPIOX GEXEALOGY. 

{Trum^nilT] child boex in tiautford. conx. : 
35':^. i. Henry Champion, b. 17 :>ray ISil : m. Sarah J. Whittlesey. 

341b. Governor Tnimlmll married, second, in ^Iiddleto\m, 
Conn., 1 December ]"^24, Ei.iza Braixard Stork>, a coii?in of 
his first wife, and dauo-liter of C"ol. Lemuel and Elizabeth 
(Champion (o37Vi Storrs, born 20 July 17S4, in Middletown ; 
died 7 August Ib'il. in llarrford. 

[Ti'VnJj^i'llA^ CHILD EORX IX HARTFORD: i 

363. ii. Eliza Storrs, b. 10 Oct. 16-26 : m. Hon. Lucius F. Kobinson. 't 

342. :\[ARrA CiiAMi'iox {Tlrnrif-, Renrij^, IItnn/\ Tlarmoj^, k: 

TLnrif\, born I'J November 1701, in AVe.stchester. Conn. : died c: 

27 Xovember 1S74, in Hartford. Conn. : was married in AVest- | 

Chester. 2i) July isH. to Kobfrt AVatkixsox, son of Samuel |. 

and Sara (^Blair) AVatkinson, born 23 Septemlier 17So, in ^ 

"U'cst Lavenham. Sull'olk, Enoland : died 11 June 1S67. in | 

Hartf.,>rd. | 

^Ir. AVatkinson was the youngest of twelve children who | 

were lirou:rht by their parents from AVest Lavenham. Sulfolk, | 

Ensland. in 1795. Tliey came to Connecticut and settled in | 

Middletown. Here he remaiuL'd until soon after his marriage, | 

when he removed to Hartford, where he passed the remainder I 

of his life. He invested a large property in cotton maimfac- & 

tures in Manchester, Conn., which remained in the family until I 

the company failed through the <lefalcations of two members |^ 

of the companv a few vears aico. " | 

1 . . . I 

{y^at'kimirm'X CHII.DRFX RuRX IX HARTFORD. COXX. : | 

364. i. Sara Blair, b. OS Oct. 1813; m. Hon. Samuel H. Huntington. | 
ii. Henry, b. 4 Mar. 1816 : cl. 9 Sept; 1816. f 

365. iii. Elizabeth, b. IS Sept. 1817 : m. Nathan Adam?. M.D. | 
iv. Robert Huntington, b. 31 Jan. 18-20 : d. 4 Apr. 18'2e. ' | 

366. V. Mary, b. -2:} Feb. 1833 ; m. John S. Gray. \ 
vi. Ellen Maria, b. 1 Apr. 1826 : d. 27 Jan. 1-^74. in Hartford ; | 

unmarried. J 

vii. Robert, b. 13 A[ar. 1829 ; probably lo>t at sea in ISol : unmarried. | 

313. Eliza Ciiamfiox (TLnri/^K ILnn/\ Ihnn/'^, Thmna.'^^ ] 

//r///'y\), born 19 July, 1797. in Westchetter, Conn. ; died 17 ^ 

February ISGS, in Hartford. Conn. ; was mai-ried in Hartford, 
2."> October 1S18, to Elizik Goodrich, son of Elizur [Y . C. 



CHAMPION gp:xealogy. 295 

1779) and Anne AVillard (Allen) Goodrich. ..f Hartford, Lorn 
3 October 17S(;, in Xcav Kaven, Conn. ; died 2 Xovember 
IStiS, in Hartford. 

^[r. Goo<.lricli was gradnated fnini AVillianis Colleire in 1S06 
with the first honor, and in the same year received an honorary 
degree from Yale. After leaving college he taught a select 
school in Durham, C'l.inn.. the home <>f hi- ancestors, and later 
in the Bacon Academy in Colchester. lie soon commenced 
the study of law in the oftice of his uncle. Flon. Chauncey 
Goodrich, in Hartford, and after hi> admission to the bar en- 
gaged in the practice of his profession in that city. He also 
gave his attention to improving the large landed estate which 
he had inherited from his father. He represented the tOAni of 
Colchester in the General Assembly in l'^2'). They had no 
children, 

344. Samufl ArorsTt's G uAn.TiT {Dd>o/'<' /i''^^\ Uttirif-'. IRn/'y^". 
Thoiaa-^^ IL hi'ii). born 10 September 1777, in Gilead, Conn.: 
died IS October 1S47. in Maytield. X. Y. : married in Gilead. 
27 Decend-'er l^o(i. Akkiatl AVflls, daughter of liussell and 
Sarali AVells. born 13 July 17>2. iu Gilead ; died 1.") February 
IS'^O. in :Mayiieid. X. Y. 

Mr. Gilbert left Gilead on ]y[ay 22. 1^04, and after a six- 
day's journey arrived in ^^laylield. where he purchased a farm 
and passed the remainder of his life. He was a Justice of the 
Peace for numy years. 

\_(rilhtrf\ cniLPKKX: 

367. i. AxxAH Wells, b. 3 Doc. 1S03 ; in. Abncr A. Johnson. 
36^. ii. Nabby Maria, b. 8 Feb. 1805 : m. Jesse Tliompson. 
369. iii. LuciEX ArouSTl'S. b. H Dec. ISOG : lu. Miranda Yeomans. 
369^. iv. Sallt Dfcorah. b. t?'.^ Nov. l^OS : ni. C..1. Harvey Jones. 

V. John Randolph, b. 6 3Iar. ISll : ni. Emeline Palmer, of 
Xoitliarupton, X. Y.. who d. i~i Aug. 1S44. He d. 30 July 
I'^Sn. in MaylieKl. Tht-y had .several children, all of whom 
died in infancy, except Samnd AmjHAtris. last heard of in 
Pana, 111. 
vi. Chaklts Champion-, b. 11 Ft-b. IS13 : d. -JT Feb. 1813. 
vii. Chakles Champion, b. i) June 1S!4: m. Hannah Corey. 

Child: — Eugene, re.sides in Chaiuplaiii. X. Y. 
viii. Rl'ssell Cartkr. b. 10 Feb. is IT ; 7u. Mary Ann Wells, of 
Glastenbury. Conn., who died 31 May 1S69. He d. June 
1S76. Children :-Ca/7»'/-..d. 8 Feb. \sm : Sarah Aim. d. U 
Mav 1880 ; Roland, resides in Cranl-erry Creek, N. Y. 



29G 



CHAMPIOX GEXEALOGY. 



SiLA, b. 4 Feb. 1^!19 ; m. AVilliam Sidney Ingrabani, and d. 2 
iMar. 1887, leaving a family. 

Phila. b. 2 Apr. 18'22 ; m. Dr. Collis Ingalls, and d. 3 Aug. 
1858, in Mayfield. Ho d. 21 Mar. 1873. Cliildren :—Gilb€yt ; 
Sarah ; Sila. 

Horace, b. 10 Aug. 1825 ; m. Martha AVortb, of MayHeld, and 
d. 26 May 1801. leaving one son, George Oliver, whose pres- 
ent residence is unknown. 



345, Elizabeth Gilhert (Dc7jo/'oP^^, II(:nrij^\ ]Itnr>/'\ 
llioma.'i^, IL nrtf), bom 31 July ITTO, in Gilead, Conn., died 
12 June 1S04, iu Colchester, Conn. ; was married in Gilead, 19 
January 1797, to Col. Joiix Isuam, son of Capt. John and 
Eunice (Waterman) Isliam, Ijorn 21 February 1771, in I'ozrali, 
Conn.; died 12 December 1S59, in Colchester. 

Colonel Isham resided all his life in Colchester, and repre- 
sented that town repeatedly in both houses of the State Legis- 
lature, lie was a trustee of the Jjacon Academy from its 
foundation in the year ISuO, and also its treasurer until ad- 
vancing years and infirmities compelled him to relinquish all 
public employment. 

[7Jv7/«:///^] CniLDRKX BORX IN COLCHKSTER, CONN. I 

i. Eliza, b. 6 Nov. 1797 ; m. 19 Oct. 182.""), Asa Farwell, of Hart- 
ford. Conn. 
ii. John Gilbert, b. 11 Mar. 1799; drowned at Saybrook, Conn., 
while on his passage to New York, 2G Oct. 1818. 
ArorsTCS. b. 22 Jan. 1801 ; m. Eliza Bryce. 
William, b. 10 Mar. 1808: m. 3 Dec. 1827, Catherine Stedman 

and resides in Hartford. 
Albert Baldwin, b. 13 July 1805 ; m. Elizabeth H. Richards. 
Clarissa Champion, b. 3 Dec. 1807 : m. John 3Iix. 
vii. Sally Mare^, b. 15 Jan. 1810; m. 1 Dec. 1830, Shubel Gallup- 
of Norwich, Conn. 

373. viii. Sameel Gilbert. I). 24 ]May 1812; m. Margaret Leonard. 

374. ix. Martha. . m. Rev. Richard S. Adams. 

- twins, b. 10 July 1815 ; 
375.x. Mary, ) m. John G. Huntington. 

376. xi. Harriet, b. 2 Apr. 1820 ; m. Elijah C. Kellogg. 

310. Hon. Peyton liANDoEi'ii Gumvavv [DrhoraJi^'^j IJeni'f/'^\ 
Heni')/^, Thomah^, Jltn/'i/), born 12 Se])tember 17S1, in 
Gilead, Conn.; died 5 September 1S57, in (iilead; married in 
Hebron, Conn., 12 September ISoO, Anna Pouter, daughter 



370. 


iii. 




iv. 


371. 


T. 


372. 


vi 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 297 

of Elilm and Marv (Gillett) I'orter, hovn 13 July 1TS7, in 
Ilfldun ; died 10 ^Marcli 185S, in Gilead. 

]\[i'. GillxTt represented tlie town of Ilehron in tlie Lower 
IFouse of the Connecticut Legislature in 1827, and was State 
Senator from the Twenty-first District in 1830-1. 

[Gi/lc/i] cniLDiJEX Bor>x in oilkai), coxx. : 

377. i. Edwix Raxdolph. b. 10 Feb. 180S ; m., 1st, Ann S. Langdon ; 

2d, Dorcas S. Duttou : 3d, Ann C. Baldwin; 4th, Henrietta 
B. Carrington. 

378. ii. JosiAH Champion, b. 26 Feb. 1810 ; m., 1st, Louisa M. Aivord ; 

2d, Sarali Post. 

379. iii. Melissa Axx, b. 24 Aug. 1812 : m. John M. Hall, 
iv. Abby Maria, b. 21 Nov. 1814: d. 7 Apr. 1832. 

380. V. Charles Augustus, b. 27 Mar. 1817 : m. ^hwy J. -Aianson. 

381. \i. Ralph Porter, b. 30 Aug. 1819; m. Mary L. Hutchinson. 
;'^2. vii. Samuel Epaphroditus, b. 9 Dec. 1821 ; m., 1st, Cordelia F. 

Manson ; 2d. 3Iary J. Mackey. 
viii. Sarah Theresa, b. 21 July 1^-20 ; d. 27 ^lar. 1840; unmarried. 

347. JoTix IIkxry Gili'.kkt {DehoraJc^^ Jlenrif'^^ Ilenin/^^ 
ThoriKiJ'^ Jlenri/), horn 31 January 1787, in Gilead, Conn.; 
died 7 August 18.") 7, in Adams, iS'. Y. ; married in Heln'on, 
Conn., 5 May 1808, Mary I^oot, horn 1.5 Se])teml)er 1785, in 
Hel)ron ; died 21 August 1816, in Adams, ]S^. Y. 

Mr. Gilhert remoYed from Gilead to Denmai'k, X. Y., in 
1824. Ten years later he remoYcd to Adams, X. Y., ^vhere he 
passed the remainder of his life. " lie wtis an honest, upright 
man, and was respected by all with whom lie had any dealings." 

[^Gilhert] ciiildrex : 

383. i. Samuel Whitixg, b. 3 Feb. 1809 ; m. 3Iary B. Norton. 

ii. Mary Elizabeth, b. 18 Feb. 1811 ; ni. 10 Aug. 1830. Hiram 
McCollom. He was for many years a merchant in Carthage, 
N. Y., and d. 2 Oct. 1870, leaving no children. She resides 
in Houndsfield. N. Y. 

iii. Laura Louise, b. 21 Dec. 1812; m., as second wife, 26 Apr. 
1858, "William, son of John H. and Beulah (Sheldon) Voor- 
hees, b. 2 Aug. 1812. He was a farmer in Mill Point, N. Y.. 
where he died 28 Oct. 1888. She died there. 12 Dec. 1889. 
They had no children. 

384. iv. Wiij.iAM Augustus, b. 25 Jan. 1815 ; m. Julia A. Scott. 

385. V. Hexry Peters, b. 10 Apr. 1817 ; m. Almira E. Scott. 

386. vi. Abxer Post, b. 2s Mar. 1819 ; m. Miriam S. Budd. 



298 



CIIA.M PIOX GEXEALOGY. 



vii. Hann-ah Trumbi-li,, b. 27 Ayn: 1S31 : m. lo Sept. 1847, Benja- 
min Ma.Yon. h. ISOO, in Brooktield, N. Y.. and resides 

in lIoiHuMield. N. Y. Cliildren ■.—Elltn. h. 1850, d. 24 

Sept. 1872; Gilbert, h. 1s,j7, d. Ki Apr. IsGfj. 

387. viii. Albert Bissell. b. 22 Apr. 1823 ; m. Laura J. Totnian. 
ix. LuciEX Champion, b. 21 :\fay 1825; d. 5 Apr. 1826. 

318. Sarah GiLiJKiri' ( l)rhnra]i^'\ ILmr>f\ lL-,>r>f\ TItomn!i\ \ 

JIe)rn/\hon\ ^Ih Deceuilier 17^9, iu Gilead. Conn. ; died 2-1: I 

August 1ST] in AVe^tlie]d, :Ma<s. ; was nian-ied in Gilead, 1 I 

October 1S10, to Ai^xkk Post, sou of Pijiuoas aud Lydia I 

(Bache) Post, of llehrun, burn 1 Xovernbcr 17s.",, in Middle f 

Haddani, Conn. ; died 1 Xovend)er 1S5»;, in AVesttield. :\ras<. | 

Air. Post renu-)\-ed witli Ids family from Aliddle lladdam in | 

1S17 and e>ta])]i.->lied lamself in business in Westtield, ^lass. I 

He was a director and President of the Hampden I^ank for % 

tliirty years, and liad charge of various trust funds and estates. | 

He was also Trustee of A^e.^ttield Academy and held many | 

otiier local offices, thus tilling up an honorable and useful life. | 

[/Vv/] CHJLDKKX HOKX I\ .MIDHLE UAT'DA^t, COXX. : I 

388. i. Sarah 3Iaria. b. 18 .June 1811 : m. Sylvester G. Lau<?don. t 
ii. 3IARY Esther, b, 5 Jlay 1815 : d. 9 Aug. 1882 ; m. 6 Oct. 1812. | 

Thomas Sawyer ^Vade. i). 2 Sept. 1808. in ^Vesttield. :\lass. | 

He resides in Chester, Mass. Cliildren :—A//j(a Po^.-^; Mary \ 

EUzahetli ; Ella Sophia : Edirard Thomas. i 

810. Anuv Maria Gilukrt (I)chor<>Jr\ Henrf\ ITtHnf^ \ 
Thomas^, Ilenn/)., born 20 August 1793, in Gilead. Conn.; 
died 13 Septendjer iSoO, in Stockbridge, Mass. ; was married 
in Gilead, 12 June 1S1.">, to Hon. Samlkl Ji^xks, son of Samuel 
and Lydia (Tarl)ox) Jones, born 22 December 177S, in Hebron, 

Conn. ; died 20 October 1802, in Bangor, Me. | 

^fr. Jones fitted for college under the tnirl(ui of the Rev. \ 

Amos Bassett (Y. C. 17Sl) of his native parish and was grad- j 

uated from Yale C<»llege in 18o(>. He studied law in the f 
office of Hon. Sylvester Gill)ert of Hebron, with whom f(n- a . | 

short time he practiced his ])r(tfossion after being adnutted in | 

Septend)er, 18o3, to the Tolland County Bar. In 1801 he | 

removed to Glasteid)ury, and in ISos to Stockbridge, A[a>s,, | 

wliere he practiced his profession until the spring of 18ir>, | 

He represented Stockbridge in the Massachnsetts Legislature \ 



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from 1825 to 1827, and was also a monibor of the Electoral 
College, lie spent tlie summers of 1S13 and 1811: as one of 
the eomniissioncrs of the State of !^^assachusetts appointed to 
assist ill settinir off to the settlers the laud on the northeast 
houudaiT of Elaine, Iving on the south side of the IJiver St, 
John, in accordance with the Ashhurton Ti-eat_v. In 1813 lie 
j)ublished a treatise on the •• Eight of Suifrage," in which he 
contended that cei'tain property and educational (jualiticatioiis 
were necessaiw for the wise use of the franchise power. The 
volume c<:>usi-;ts of 271- pages, 12nio.; the preface is dated 
August, 1.^12. In 1815 he wa> appointed Inspector of the 
port of iJoston ; and from that time until 1851 he continued to 
reside in that city. Tie suljsetpiently returned to Stockhridge, 
and in 1853 retired from active business, passing the remainder 
of his life with his children in various places. Ilis remains 
were interred in Stochbridge. 

[Jo/ic.-<] CHir.iuiKx i;oi;x ix stocivIuiidge, mass. : 
i. Clarissa, b. Ti Oct. 18t6 ; d. 2r> ^lar. IHU. 
ii. Samuel Gilueut. b. 6 Oct. 1818 ; d. 24 Mar. 1840, at West 
Point Academy, tlireo nioutlis before coinploting- his course. 

389. iii. Sara :\Iarl\. b. 6 July ISOI ; m. Samuel F(Avlcr. 

390. iv. Ralph Kneeland. b. 13 July 18','3 : m. Oetavia A. Y. Norri.s. 
V. Hen'ry Champion, b. 14 Dec. 1825 : d. 29 Apr. ISo,"), iu West- 
field. He was a merchant in Xcw York City. 

391. vi. William, b. 21 June 1827: m., bst. Catherine C. Pond: 2d, 

Martha B. Keyes. 
vii. Abby Louisa, b. 16 Aug. 1830: m. in Bangor, Me.. 19 Apr. 
1881, Owen Rockwell, of Westlield. (,See No. 2oS. i.) They 
have no cliildren. 

350. IIox. Charles CuAMPiox Gii.p.ERT (/A7>/')/v^/r"'', I[enry~^\ 
JL))/'//^*\ Thomos^^ ILin'if), born 14 April 171*7, in Gilead, 
Conn. ; died 18 November l8ll, in Zanesville, Ohio ; niari'ied 
in Zanesville, 2t; July 1821, Dei:orah C.vss Sillhiax, daughter 
of Wyllys and Deborah Webster (Cass) Silliman, born ID July 
180(5, in Zanesville; died 1 Xovember IS.'Jlt, in Zanesville. 

]\Ir. (rilbert was graduated fi-om Yale College in 1817; 
studied law with his lu-other-indaw Hon. Samuel Jones in 
Stockbridge, Mass., and in 1820 commenced the practice of his 
profession in Zanesville. Ohio. lie was appointed Register of 
the United State> Land Office in 1825 and held that position 



300 • CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

tliree veais, when lie rosii^-iied to accept a pusitioii in the Zajic.^- 
ville Bank, with Avhich lie was connected until his deatli. lie 
was elected !Mayor of Zanesville, and held many other civil 
and political offices of trust. 

i 

\_G'ilhei't'] CHILDKEN EOKX IN ZANESVILLE, OHIO: \ 

392. i. Charles CfiAMPiox. b. 1 Mar. 1822 ; in. Mattie J. Prather. 1 

393. ii. Maria Louisa, h. 9 Sept. 1833; ni. Samuel C. Abbot. \ 

394. iii. Samuel Augustus, b. lo Aug. 1825 ; m. Elizabeth F. Wheeler. i 
iv. Elizabeth Cass. b. 19 June 1827. | 
V. Wyllys Silliman. b. 30 Sept. 1S29 ; d. 3 Feb. 1833. I 

395. vi. Mary Sophia, b. 3 Dec. 1831 : m. Major Jefferson Van Home, ] 

U. S. A. I 

vii. Catherine Isabella, b. 17 Jan. 1834; d. 6 Feb. 187S ; un- j 

married. 1 

viii. Wyllys Silliman, b. 9 Apr. 1836 ; was an assistant on the 1 

Coast Survey from 1856 to 1861, on duty at Bath, Me., Pron- 1 

sas Bay, Tex., Lake Pontchartrain, etc. lie d. 12 Jan. 1862 : ] 

uuniarricd. '\ 

ix. Sarah, b. 1838 ; d. same year. j 

X. Sarah Deborah, b. 4 June 1839 ; d. 13 Aug. 1839. \ 

I 

351. LucKLiiA Cha:mpi(>x {Kj^djilirod/tn.^^'^, /frhrf/'^, ITeur'f'-, 
Thomas^, Ileni'if), born IT February 17S3, in East Haddam, 
Conn. ; died 19 January 1SS2, in New Haven, Conn. ; was 
married in East Haddam, 10 March isi>7, to Hon. Asa Bacon, 
son of Cajit. Asa and Abigail (^AVhitney) Bacon, born S Feb- 
ruary 1771, in Canterbury, Conn. ; died 5 February 1857, in 
!New Haven. 

Uon. Asa Ixicon was graduated from Yale College in 17'.'3, 
and began the practice of law in his native town where he soon 
attained success in his profe-sion. On June 27, 1790, he 
delivered an elaborate oration before ]\[oriali Masonic Lodge of 
Canterbury, which was printed in the WuidJuun Herald of 
August 1st and 8th. The following year he was elected a 
member of the Lower House of the General Assembly. In 
1803 he removed to Litchfield and formed a partnership with 
Judge Gould. The Litchtield Law School had been cstalilished 
some years previously, l)ut the eighteen scholars who came 
with Mr. Bacon from Canterbury added considerably to its 
reputation and prosperity. In 18(M; he was a candidate for 
Congress, receiving 9,158 votes, and falling but alighly behind 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 301 

his opixmeiit. lie coiitiiuiod to be a candidate at every" elec- 
tion until the adoption of the Constitution of 181S. 

"In 1820 he had become a leading spirit at the bar. He 
had a fine personal appearaiice, being tall and well-proportioned, 
and usually richly dressed. The first time I saw liim before 
the jury his head was well cased in powder and pomatum, and 
a long queue was dangling at his back ; but he soon laid aside 
this conformity to old-time fashions, although he was tlie last 
niend)er of the l)ar to do so. He was undoubtedly a very 
hard student, and his l)riefs were the result of extensive and 
faithful study. He was not a very fluent, but was after all an 
interesting speaker. He would sometimes interlude his argu- 
ments with sjieciraens of drollery and tiasht-s of wit, and the 
expectation that these would be put forth secured a very strict 
attentio!! from all his liearers."- — [" JUxfonj of Litchjield 
Count If r^ 

Although never a successful })olitician, ^Ir, Bacon stood for 
many years quite at the head of his profession, and at a time, 
too, when the Bar of Litchtield County embraced a large 
mimber of the most brilliant lawyers in the State. He was 
Justice of the Peace for thirty years, and at the age of sixty 
was chosen President of the Phcenix Bank of Litchiield. 
From this time Mr. Bacon was never seen professionally in 
court, and in October, 1S51, he removed to Xew Haven, that 
in his declining years he might enjoy the com|ianionship of 
some of his closer friends in that city. He was very intimate 
with President Day who resided near him, and always felt a 
deep interest in the M'elfare of the college, to whose general 
fund he made several liberal donations. He was a genial, com- 
panionable man, and highly respected throughout the State. 
His death occurred suddenly, aftei- an illness of two days. 

Mrs. Bacon continued to reside in Xew Haven after her 
husband's death, and it was in her home that her granddaugh- 
ter was brought up and nuirried, and her great-grandchildren. 
were born. ^frs. Bacon was a hiL:;hly educated aiid accom- 
plished lady, and the fund of knowle<lge which she had stored 
up during her long and useful life made her a most interesting 
companion. Of a marked individuality in her traits of charac- 
ter, she was withal of such a generous and lovable disposition 



302 CHAMPION GEXEALOGY. 

that slic was endeared to all the members of her family. ]\rrs. 
Bacon retained all her faculties to the end of her life, and her 

old age was a serene and happy one, as if in eonpeiisation for f 

the sore attlictions she had experienced in her earlier years. | 

She died in the home of her granddaughter, at the advanced t 

age of ninetv-eight vears and eleven months, and at the time *• 

ol her decease was the oldest resident of Xew Haven. Her ? 

remains were conveyed to Litchheld and interred in the family I 

lot in the East Burying-ground. | 

[Jjc'eo}i~\ CHILDKKN r.oKX IN LFrCnFIKLD, coxx. : I 

i. Ei'APnuoDiTUS Champion, b. 2 Sept. 1810; d. 11 Jan. 1845. in | 

Seville, Spain ; unmarried.* £ 



* E. Champion Bacon prepared for colle;;e at the schools of Simeon i 

Hart in Farmington and Doctor Allen in Hyde Park, N. Y. He was j: 

graduated from Yale College in 18b3, with a hii^h reputation for schol- t 

arship and among the prominent men in the class. After studying i 

medicine for six months in New York Cit\% he returned to New Haven i 

and entered the Yale Law Scho<>l. from which he was graduated and i 

was admitted to the Viar in l^^o. lie then began the practice of his «. 

profession in Mobile. Ala., in which city lie spent tlu-ee winters : but }. 

weakness of the lungs coiapelled him to abandon his brilliant [)ro:>peets ^ 

of professional eminence in the South, and he returned to his home in \ 

Litchfield. In 1839 he was a delegate from Connecticut to the memor- i 

able Harrisburg (Whig) Convention. On Mar. 6, 1840. he was aj)poiuted I 

Judge Advocate of Litchtield County, and in tliat an<l the succeeding \ 

year he re])resented his native town in the State Legislature. 3[r. | 

Bacon early turned his attention to general literature and the cultiva- | 

tion of his mind. His reading soon became extensive, and his infoi'- I 

mation on all the leading topics of the day accurate and full. His gen- {. 

ealogic and heraldic investigations were very exhaustive, and it is [ 

doubtful whether any one now living is better infoi'med than he was [ 

on the subject of the antiquities of New England. He delivered a very 
able and interesting address on the subject of "' Witchcraft in Connec- 
ticut '" before tlie Connecticut Historical Society, of which he was a 
member, which was received with much ai)[)r()bation. 

Mr. Bacon left the United States on May 10, 1844. for a tour of 
Europe ; a journej' undertaken both for Jiis pleasure and improvement, 
and also for the benefit of his health. Alter spending several mouths 
in Paris and London, he left tli(> latter city in December for Portugal 
and Spain, expecting after passing through those countries to visit 
Italy and return home early tiie ensuing season. While in Seville he 
was suildenly taken ill, and notwithstanding that competent physi- {. 

cians were at once summoned his illness terminated fatally, after the i 

brief space of live days. Although in a land of strangers his last | 

moments were rendered comfortable by the devoted kindness of Mr. S. 



ClfAMPIOX GKXEALOGY. 303 

:;!»(!. ii. Fkedlrick Asa, b. io Oct. 1812; ni. Sarali A. Harris. : 
.'{!»:. iii. Franci-;, h Jan. ISIO; m. Elizabeths. Dutchor. 

3r>L\ Fj.'Edekick Dkmixg (J)(V'of/Hf'% ]h;yrif\ ILnvif, 
ThohioJ', JLm'if), liorn 4 October 1TS7, in Litelifield. Conn.; 
died \?) SL'})ttMnl)er iSt^O, in Xewburu-li. X. Y. ; married in 
Farming-ton, Conn., lit July lsl3, ]\[ary Gleasox, dauoliter 
of EJienezer Steele and Prndence (P.rainai-dj Gleason, Ijorn Vo 
.May ITOG, in Farmino-ton ; died 31 ]\[arch ISr.O, in Brooklyn 
N. Y. ^ 

Mr. Deminir ^va> a merchant in Xew York City from 1S16 
to 1820, and President of the Union Bank in that city for 
nearly t\yenty years. 

\_T><iii'nK.i'\ cnii.Din'.x : 

3'JS. i. Mary Gleason. b. 8 May ISl.j, in Litelifield ; m. Sidney 

Green. 
n. Cr.Ai:issA Buainard, b. 1> Nov. 181S. in New York City: is 

unmarried and resides in Litchfield. 
iii. Louisa, b. S IMay ls22. in Litchfield ; is luunarried and resides 

in Litchfield. 
iv. Charlotte Elizabeth, b. 8 June 18-2"). in Litchfield ; d. 28 

Aug. 1849. in Brooklyn. N. Y. : unmarried. 

399. V. Sarah Ellen. Ix 14 July 1828, in Litchfield ; m. Rev. J. 

Leonard Corning. 

400. vi. Frederilk, 'o. 30 Oct. 1832. in Litchfield : m. Emma L. Jones. 

401. vii. Jl'Lia Champio.-. b. 7 :\Iar. 1830, in Brooklyn, N. Y. : m. John 

T. Sherman. 

353. AYiLLiAMDEMrxG(/>o/yy///y»\ ILnr>f\ nenrt/\ Thomoj^' 
lleim/), born 1 March 17l»2, in Litchiield, Conn.: died 2 :\[ay 
1S05. in Litchfield ; married in Hartford. Conn., '1\) \\^x\\ 1830. 
Chai:lottk Tkyox PrrL. danghter of Amos and Clarissa 
(Tryon) P.nll. boi-n 30 May 1807, in Hartford; died 1(> June 
1880, in Litchiiel.l. 

]\[r. iJcming was bm-n in the Deniing homestead on Xuith 
Street. He was brought up in the olil-fashiuncd puritanical 
Avay, with its pregnant catechi>ing at home, in school and also 



C. H. Ogle, ]M. P.. of London, then casually in Seville. Mr. Bacon's 
parents desired tiiat his remains should be conveyed home to Litchfield 
for interment, tait the regulations of the Sj)aiiish authorities were such 
that this was impossi'ile. and he was buried in the Strangers" Cemetery 
just outside of the old city wall. 



30^ CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

bj tlie minister. Tlie catechisni used ])eiiig the old AVestiiiin- 

ster Shorter Catecliisni, a faet wliieh uudouhtedly liad its inllu- I 

eiice upon his wliok> after life. At an early age he sho^ved an * 

aptitude for hooks and letters, and his parents determined to | 

give hiiu a liberal education. He was fitted for college by the ! 

Eev. Joseph E. Camp (Y. C. 1TS7), pastor of the Congregational I 

church in Xorthfield, to whose house, a distance of five or six I 

miles, he was in the habit of M-alking on every Monday morn- | 

ing, and returning to Ins hdine in the same way at the end of I 

the week. He entered Yale College in ISO", being at that i 

time but fifteen years of age, and was graduated from that I 

institution in ISH. He was considered a good scholar, [)artic- i 

ularly in Greek. In ISlC) in company ^vitli his two brothers ]\ 

he enoao-ed in business in New York Citv, under the firm name ; 

of F. and C. Doming and Company. Some five years after- I 

wards the firm uave ui) bu-hiess and he returned to his home I 

in Litchfield. His father being a wealthy man, for those days, | 

Mr. Doming had abundant leisure to follow the sports of hunt- I 

ins: find fishiuii:, in which he was extraordinarilv exiiei-t. At I 

. ^ I. J 

the ao;e of thirtv-eight he married Miss Charlotte Trvon Bull, £ 

.' , "^ f 

the dano-hter of Amos Bull, a merchant of Hartford, noted for ? 

J. 

his musical and other accomplishments. Mr. Deming resided | 

in Hartford until the birth of his eldest child ; soon afterwards [ 

he returned to his native town, where he bought the old Lord | 

house, now owned and uccu})ied by his descendants. Li this i 
house six of his cliildren were born and his two oldest daugh- 
ters died. Here he contimied to reside until his death. . 

[l)e)n/u(/] cniLDKEX : 

i. Adelade Louisa, b. 14 Feb. ly.31 ; d. 26 Dec. 1851 ; unmarried. 

402. ii. William, b. IG Mar. lSo8 ; m. Mary Benton. I 
iii, Emma Dokothka. b. 2 June 183") ; d. 17 June 18So ; unmarried. f ■ 

She was a lady of remarkably strong character and intellec- t J 

tual powers. She was a member of the Roman Cathohe 
Church and was very prominent in church work in Litch- 
field, and was widely known for her benevolence and inter- 
est in charities. 

403. iv. Charles Julius, b. 10 Aug. 1838 ; m. Anna White. 

404. V. Charlotte, b. 20 Sept. 1840: m., 1st, James Humphrey; 2d, 

E. l-eRoy Ferry. 
40.'}. vi. Julius, b. l~} Oct. 1812 ; m. Frances D. Adams. 
406. vii. Clarencf:, b. 1 Oct. 1848: m., 1st, Anna Humphrey; 2d, 

Mary Whiting. 



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354-. CLAiiissA DvMisv.iDorofh!/^'^^, jrr)n'if\ ITenrt/^, Thomas^, 
J7t/irt/^), horn 21 December 171)5, in Litclifield, Conn. ; died 
Aiii:;u>t 1S37, in Liteldield ; was married in Litclifield, 20 
April ISIT, to C'liAiiLKS PK.RKiXf;, son of Andrew and Elizabeth 
(Taylor) Perkins, born 21 June 171'2, in Xorwicli, Conn. ; died 
IS >N'ovem1)er 1850, in London, England. 

Mr. Perkins was oradnated from Yale College in 1813 and 
beo-an the stndv of law in Litchtield. After his admission to the 
bar. he })raeticed his profession in Norwich from 1817 to 1820, 
when he removed to Ii(»chester. X. Y.. where he resided until 
1S2S. lie then returned to Litchtield, where he onthuied to 
reside until the year of his death. He died in London, while 
travellino; abroad. His mother was the daughter of Hon. El- 
dad Tavlor, of AVesttield, ^Mass., one of the Governor's Council 
at Boston during the Pevolution. 

ll*erl-ins] cuilduex : 
i. JrLlUS Deming. b. 30 Juh- IblO, in Norwich ; d. 16 Aug. 1819, 
ii. Chakles WiLT.lAr^r, b. 13 Nov. 18'20. in Norwich ; d. 23 Jan. 
1837, in Litchfield, Conn. 

407. iii. Mary Deming, b. 17 :Mar. 18-24, in Norwich ; m. Kev. James 

M. Hoppin. D.D. 
iv, LrCRETiA Champiox, b. iO July 18-26. iu Norv,-ich ; d. '26 Aug. 

18-37, in Rochester, N. Y. 
V. Clarissa, b. 8 May 18-28, in Litchfield ; d. same day. 

408. vi. Julius Demlng, b. IG Mar. 1830, in Litchfield ; m. Margretta 

Dotterer. 

409. vii. LUCRETL\ DEiliNG, b. 8 July 183-2, in Litchfield ; m. John "VV. 

Quincy. 
viii. Edward, b. 27 May 1837, in Litchfield; d. 30 May 1837. 

351^. Henky Bulkei-ey (Jfarf'^^ ITenr>/', /lenrf\ T/io?)ias\ 
lIe/u'i/%hoYi] 15 June 1791, in AVestchester, Conn.; died IS 
June 1857, in Chester, Mass.; married in ZMiddle Haddam, 
Conn., 7 January 1813, Statira Hurd, daughter of Peujamiti 
and Mary (Carey) Hurd, born April 1701, in Middle Haddam ; 
died 12 January 187'.», in Hartford. Conn. 

:^^r. Pnlkeley owned and conducted a tannery in Middle 
Haddam, 

[Bu/hh}/] CHILDREN : 
409a. i. Mary, b. 2 Feb. 1814, in Middle Haddam, Conn. ; ni. Richard 
S. Pratt. 
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300 CHAMPION GEN'EALOGY. 

ii. SorniA Louisa, b. 15 May 1816. in Middle Haddam : d. 11 Jan. 

1879, in Hartford, Conn. ; unmarried. | 

iii. Henry Champiox, b. 2") June 1818, in Middle Haddam : m. f. 

Apr. 1842, Susan Butler, of Middletown, Conn. He was a | 

machinist and inventor. He made the patterns for one of | 

the first locomotives on the Boston and Albany Railroad, | 

and invented and placed the first steam whistle on a loco- | 

motive. He d. 3 Auj;-. 1883, in Montreal, Canada. His | 

widow resides in New Britain, Conn. Children -.—Henry C. . ]: 

of Bridgeport, Conn. ; A'. A., m. Albert Wiard, of Mew | 

Britain. | 

409b. iv. Jexnette Hurd, b. 26 Nov. 1820, in IMiddle Haddam ; m. | 

Thomas H. Adams. | 

409c. V. Anna Augusta, b. 3 June 1823, in Bridgewater, N. Y. ; m. | 

George R. Roberts. | 

355. Hon. IIexry Ranpoli-h Storks (KlisahetP"', JIe/r,'ir\ i 

IIenry'\ Thomas\ Ilenv}/), Lori^ 3 September ITST, in :\[idclle- | 

town, Conn. ; died 29 July 1S:-5T, in Xew Haven, Conn. ; mar- | 

ried in AVl.itestown, X. Y., 21 September iSlO, E.vrnER AVhite, | 

daughter of Col. Daniel Clark and Esther (Paine) White, born | 

15 March 1TS5, in AVhitestown, being the iirst white child that |. 

was born in tliat settlement; died 15 August 1SS2, in Kew p 

Hartford, X. Y. || 

Mr. Storrs was graduated from Yale College in 1801: and .! 

beo-an the study of law at Champion, Jefferson Co., X. Y., j 

where his father had laiided possessions. He soon removed to | 

AVhitestown where he was admitted to the Oneida County Bar 
in ISOS. He Avas the first Jndge of Oneida County for five 
years, and was Member of Congress from that district from 
1819'tolS21 and from 1S23 to 1S31. In Congress he main- 
tained a reputation as a speaker not inferior to that which he 
liad acquired at the bar, and was the most effective debater in 
the House of Eepresentatives. Notwithstanding his arduous 
labors in the law he found time for literary -[fursuits, the result 
of which were manuscript works of great liistorical value. At 
the close of his fiftli term he removed to New York City 
where he resided until a short time before his death. He died 
of heart disease in Xew Haven, Conn., whither he had gone 
for the health of his daughter Eliza. His widow survived all 
her family, and during the later years of her hfe lived in the 
home of a friend in Xew Hartford, X. 1. 






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410. i. 
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411. iv. 

V. 



[Slo/'r-S] CHILDKEN BOKX IN WHITKSTO"\VN, N. Y. : 

TIknry Lemuel, b. 1 July 1811 ; m. Elizabeth Kip. 

FORTfXE KiNGSLEY, b. 15 Feb. 1813 ; d. 12 Dec. 1853, in San 
Francisco. Cal. ; unmarried. 

Eliza, b. 21 Oct. 1814 ; d. 28 Aug. 1837, in New Haven, Conn. ; 
unmarried. 

WiLLiA.M Champion, b. 5 Sept. IBIC : m. Louisa P. Stone. 

Pkytox Randolph, b. 17 Apr. 1818 ; d. 13 June 1855, in Mil- 
waukee, Wis. : unmarried. 



3:>G. Maky E>TnKn Cleayeland (/.V//.-/-'^, Ilenrf, IIenri/\ 
Thoma-^', IL:rtfi/'),\nn-\\ 14 'M-d.y 1795, in Caiiterlnirv. Conn.; 
died 5 September 1S4S, in Xorwieli, Conn. ; Avas married in 
Canterburv. 2 Febniary 1S13, to Dr. Andkew Hakkis, son of 
Judge Andrew and Sarah (Arnold) Harris, l)urn 25 JhIy 17S7. 
in Canterbnrv ; died 2"^ May 1S-1';», in Canterbnry. 

],)octor llarri.s was a prominent pliysician of AVindbam 
County Kind coHtiniied to liave a birge practice until bis deatb. 
His widow continued tt) reside in Canterbnry nntil 18-13, wben 
she went to reside witb ber eldest dang-bter in Xorwicb. 

[7/'//7'/.s] CHILDREN EORN IN CANTERHURY, CONN. : 

41H. i. jIary Esther, b. 21 Mar. 1814 : m. Gen. David Young. 

ii. Frances Eliza, b. 4 Nov. 1815 ; d. 27 JaiL 1857, in Norwich ; 

unmarried. 
iii. Sarah Arnold, b. 30 Nov. 1817 : m. Lieut. Frederick A. Ba- 
con, U. S. N. (39(3j. 

357. Rev. George Champion [IIenr)j^^, Tlenrif^'^. Ilenrif^, 
ITenr)/\ TliOiruiJ', Ilenrf), born 3 June 1810, in Westchester, 
Conn.; died 17 Deccnd)er 1841, in St. Ci-cjix, West Indies; 
married in AVebstcr. Mass., 14 Xovendier 1834, Susanna 
Larnev*, daughter of John and Susamia (Aloore) Lamed, l)orn 
30 March 18f>8, in Oxford, Mass. ; died 8 July 1846, in Boston, 
:Nrass. 

Hev. George Chanijnon from bis youth was very devoted 
and sincere in the cau.'^e of religion, and early resolved t<:> tit 
himsidf for the duties of a mitustcr and missionary. He joined 
the church in \Vestchester at the age of fourteen. In 1828 be 
\vas admitted to the Sophomore class of Yale College and was 
graduated in I'^Sl. After a three-years c<nirse at the Andover 
Theological Seminary, lie was ordained at ^^^inchester Xovem- 
ber 10, 1^34, as missionary to the Zulus near Port Natal in 



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CHAMPION GE.VEALOGY. 



Soiitli Africa. (->en. Henry Cliaiii|)i(>n was verv fond of liis 
grandson, the only one left to j^eruetuate tlie name, and bein^- 
imwilling that he should go out to Africa, ottered to pay the 
ex})en>es of live niissioiuiries to go as substitutes if he would 
consent to remain at home. George's reply was: "If I stav 
at borne it will be said that only the poor go. You may send 
the live, and I will go myself, and that will make ^ix mission- 
aries." AVlien General C^hampi(jn found that he could not 
prevail against him, he generously gave him sixty thousand 
dollars for the expen>es of himself and party. 

TIcv. ]\rr. Champion eml)arked Avith his wife at Boston on 
Decendjer 2. 1S34, and ai-rived at Ca[)etown after a passage of 
sixty-seven days, being one of the first missionaries to South 
Africa. "Then." says his journal, "with eyes fixed upon the 
land of the benighted African, whose hazy mountains a kind 
God had allowed us at last to see, as we entered the harbor at 
Xatal, we sang the hymn, 

' O'er the gloomy liills of darkness 
Look my SouL be still and gaze." 

It was Africa that we saw, and thc>e moments on tlie deck 
of our good ship which had brought us hither Avere rich in 
blessing. AVe had arrived at our tield of labor, and our hearts 
leaped for y>y.'' 

The party at once began to study the Zulu language and 
were soon able to address the heathen in their own tongue. 
On July '2'2, ISH,'), the jiarty set out for Bethelsdorf, where it 
was decided best to 'eave the ladies, while the brethi'en con- 
tinued their journey to the territory under the rule of Prince 
I)ini;aan, who received them kindly. The object of their mis- 
sion being nu\de known, Dingaiin was at fir,-t personally opposed ; 
but, after consulting with- his chiefs, decided to allow the mis- 
sionaries to build a house at Port Elizabeth and establish 
schools in the country round about. 

]\Ir. Champion laboi'ed in Africa for four years, devoting his 
strength and property to his work. He was one of tiie original 
three men who commenced the laltor to get a nuimiscript copy 
of the Bible into the Znlu language, ami translated the Gospel 
of ^[atthew !»efore the mission was broken up and the mission- 
aries driven awav bv the war between the Boers and Zulus. 






CHAM]'ION GENEALOGY. 309 

Missioiuirv work was suspended, and lie decided it woidd Le 
best to come home lor a vi>it. hoping to return on the conchi- 
sion of liostilities. lie was settled over a small church which 
had been recently formed in ])over, :\Iass., and entered upon 
his pastoral duties on Octol)er 3, 1S39. He preached witli zeal 
and efficiency i'^n- two years, when he was seized with hem- 
orrhao-es from the lunt;>, and l)y the advice of his ].hysician, 
resigned his pastorate, and attended by his wife and lister, 
sailed f..r the West Indies. He died in ^>t. Croix shortly after 
his arrival. 

CHILDKKN : 
i. George, b. 17 Dec. 1835. in Port Elizabeth, So. Africa, d. 21 

Nov. leib in Troy, N. Y. 
ii. Henry, b. 10 .Jan. 1S37. in Genani, So. Africa : d. same day. 
412. iii. Henry, b. 8 Nov. 1838. in Port Elizabeth : m. Sarah E. Booth, 
iv. Susan, b. 23 Mar. 1811, in Dover. :\Iass. ; d. 19 Oct. 1841, in 
Dover. 

358. :\rAUiA CnA:^iPiox {IIenr>/^, IIarry^'\ IIennf\ Ilenrrf, 
ri,o,naK>, IL i>r'f). born 25 September lsl2, in AVestchester, 
Conn.; died 7 April IsC-T. in Troy. ^'. Y. ; was married in 
Trov. 1 .March ls3T, to Hon. Jonatrax Edwakhs, son of the 
distinguished lawyer Jonathan Walter ( Y. C. 17S9) and Eliza- 
beth (Tryoni Edwards, born 27 September 170S, in Hartford, 
Conn. ; died 23 August ]>;75, in Xcw Haven, Conn. 

Mr. Edwards prepared for college at the Hartford Grammar 
School, and entered Yale College in IS 15. After being grad- 
uated in ISIO he studied law with Chief Justice Zephaniah 
Swift (Y. C. 177S), of Windham, and in 1824 was admitted to 
the Bar of Hartf..rd. in which city he practiced his p^rofession 
for six years. ])uring part of thi> time he was editor^ of 
the CoruiO:tn-ut Mirror. In 1S3U he went to Cuba to reside, 
but his plans were changed by the death of his father, which 
occurred in 1S31, and he returned to hi.^ native city. In 1S34 
he was appointed Ju.lgc of Trobate for the district of Hartford 
and held that i.ffice for one year. In \sW he was nominated 
bv the AVhigs for Secretary of State. l)ut was <lefcate<l. with 
ail his associate- on the ticket. He ivmoved in isr.S to Troy, 
X. Y.. where he became greatly interested in railroading and 
was clio-^en President of' the Troy and Greenbush liailroad, 
lie was elected a member of the ^'ew York Assend.ly in 1S53 



310 CHAMPIOX GENf]ALOGY. 

and again in 1854. In the following >]»ring he was elected 
Mayoi- of the City of Troy, and his vigilance and eillcicncy 
was felt in every department of the city government. lie | 

was also a mendjer of the Board of Snpervisors in 1858 and 
1859. Soon after the death of his wife Mr. Edwards re- 
moved with his son to ^ew Haven, Conn. Here he passed 
the remainder of his life, which was closed by his sndden death 
from a congestive chill. 

\_Edvjardt<^ cnii.D uorx in teov, x, v. : 
413. i. Jonathan, b. o Oct. 1S41 ; m. 3Iarion Collins. 

359. Abigail Jp:kusha Champiox ( Hen i'i/^^'\ Hen /y*'', Ifen rij^\ 
Ilenri/^^ ThomuJ'^ Ileni'if), born 5 Febrnary 1818, in AVe^t- f 
Chester, Conn. ; died 18 Jannary 181:9, in Xew York City; was i 
married in Troy, X. Y., 'Ih Se])tember 1811, to William ]\[kt- (; 
CALF Bliss, son of AVilliam ]\[etcalf (Y. C. 1790) and Charlotte i 
(Ashley) Bliss, born 14 February 1812, in Troy. ^. 

J\lr. Bliss is President of the Central National Bank of Xe\v < 

. York and resides in tliat city. . , | 

\_Bliss] CHILD nOIiX IN XKW YOKK CITY: 
i. A son, b. 18 Jan. I84i* ; d. same day. 

360. Mary Tiiomi-sox Diotixo (Ahujail^'^, Henrif''^, Ilenrij^^ 
Ileiwy^^, Thomas\ ILnnf), born 9 October 18t)5, in Colchester, 
Conn. ; died 14 October 1841, in Xorvrich, Conn. ; was married 
in Colchester, 3 May 1827, to Rev. Timmas Lkffix(;well Ship- 
man, son of Judge Xatlianiel and Abigail (Coit) Shipman, born 
28 August 1798, in X(jrwich, who married, second, 1 ]\[ay 
1844, Mrs. Pamela Lord (Fuller) Coit, widow of John Coit, 
and daughter of Josiah and ]\[ary (Lord) Fuller, M.I)., of 
Plaintield, Conn. He died 29 August 1880. in Jewett City, 
Conn. She died 2 ^Lirch 18^9, leaving no children. 

'"Pev. Thomas L. Shipman wa> graduated from Yale Col- 
lege in 1818, and at the time of his death was the la.>t survivor 
of his class. He pur.sued the three-years cour.-e of study in 
Andover Theolofi;ical St.'minary. an«l for some months in 1821 
and 1822 he labored under the direction uf the South Carolina 
Missionary Society; he then returned to the Seminary for fur- 
ther studv. During the following winter he preached in 



C1IAMF10:S GENEALOGY. 311 

Le1)anon, and for anotlier year iu other parts of tlio State, de- 
clining niuaiiwiiilc an nnaninioiis call to Lebanon. He was 
hoine^niissionarv in Ohio in 1S24-5, and then again in Con- 
necticut. On tiie 2Sth of June. 1S2G, he was ordained over the 
First Chnrch in Sonthhury where he remained until protracted 
illness in his family caused his resignation in 1S3G. His next 
engagement was in Bozrah, from 1S37 to 184:1, and in May, 
1842^ he began to preach in the Congregational church in 
Jewett City, a village in the town of Griswold, where lie re- 
mained as settled imstor from April 5, 1813, until September 
6, 1854, when he asked for a dismission on account of enfeebled 
health. He was able, however, to continue for eighteen montlis 
longer in the supply of the same pulpit, and for the rest of his 
life in the more or less constant service of neighboring vacant 
churclies, continuhig to reside at Jewett City.^ His vigor of 
intellect and o-eniaiity of temperament made him everywhere 
acceptable, bo'di in the pulpit and the parish, and his long life 
was a continuous and growing power for good."--[ 1 «/'-? Ohd- 
uarij Records, Third Series, p. 353.] 

\Shipraan\ chiuj bokx tx southruky, conn.: 
414 i. Nathaniel, b. 23 Aug. 1S28 ; m. Mary C. Robinson. 

361. Hon. Henky Champion Deming [AligaU'''\ IleniY^', 
nenri/'\IIenrf\ Thoma>^. ILmn/), born 23 May 1815, in Col- 
chester, Conn. ; died 9 October 1872, in Hartford, Conn. ; 
married, 1st, in Hartford, 12 February 1850, Sakah Clekc, 
daughter of Laurent and Eliza C. (Boardman) Clerc, bom 10 
August 1828, in Hartford; died 26 June 1869 in Hartford. 
He^'married, 2d, in Hartford, in June 1871, Mrs. Annie {\\n.- 
son) JiLi.soN, widow of Sherman L. Jillson, of East Hartfonl, 
Conn., and daughter of ]\Iyron W. and Elizabeth (Putnam) 
Wilson, born 7 January 1819, in Hartford, where she at pres- 
ent resides. 

Henry C Deming, favorably known in Connecticut as an 
orator and public debater in both branches of tlie Legidature 
and at the bar, i)reparcd fcr college at the well-known school in 
Ellincrton kept by John Hall, a noted pedagogue of those days. 
Reentered Yale College and was graduated fr-un that institution 
in 1836 among the proiiiineut men of his class. From 1 ale he 



^^^ CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

went to t])e Harvard Law Scl.ool wl.ere l.e i^raduate.l in 1839 
lie tlien upencd an ,.fHco in ^'cw York Citv,' ]>„t devoted Idni- 
seli rather to literature than to his profession. At this time in 
conjunetion with Park Jk'njaniin he started the .Ve^.' ]Vo,UJ 
one of tlu.se literai-y weeklies tlien so popular, and also pub- 
islied a_ translation of Sne's - AVanderin^ Jew." Kemovin^. 
to Ilartford m 1S47, he oj.ened a law ofliee and trained consid""- 
erable reputation by his ekupience in the few cases which he 
pleaded, landing the law no more to his taste there than it 
Jiad been in Xew York, Mr. ] )eming entered actively into poli- 
tics. During the years 1840-50 and 1859-00 he wa.s a member 
of the House of Representatives, and in 1851 was elected to 
the State Senate. In 1854 he was elected Mavor of Hartford 
and served until 1858, and au'ain from 1800 to 180--> \t the 
beginning of the year 1802 he was appointed Colonel of the 
iweltth IJegiment Connecticut Volunteers, which left the 
state February s, 1802, and accompanied General Butler to 
Aew Orleans. Ipon the surrender of that city Colonel Deni- 
mg was appointed provisional mavoi-. and tilled this office with 
tact and abiliiy until Januaiy, 1S03, when he resio:„ed br,th his 
cm] and mditary positions and returned to his home. In the 
sprmg of the same year he was elected to Cono-ress and repre- 
sented the First District of Connecticut for fou'i- rears In the 
summer of 1808 he wrote a life of General Gram, which had 
an extensn-e sale. The com]diment was acknowledo-ed by the 
President immediately after his inauguration in 180>l) bV the 
appointment of Air. Deming to the ])ost of collector of in- 
ternal revenue. This office he held until his deatli, which was 
caused by an attack of apoplexy at his residence in Hartford. 

Among :\fr. ]:)eming s more noted oi-ations may be mentioned i 

that on Israel Putnam, which settled bevond question the lead- | 

ership at Ijunker Hill; an oration at the unveilin- of the I 

monument to General Wooster at Danburv in 1854^ his ad- \ 

dress in Cooper Institute, Xew York, in September. \s(;4, in I 

favor of the reelection of Abraham Lincoln : and his eulo-v of \ 

Mr. Lincoln delivered in Allyn Hall, Hartfonl, on June 8, 1^805. | 

These, with his Congressional speeclies and other unpubli.died ^ 

wjithigs and public addresses, abundantlv attest his great fer- 



CIIAMPIOX GEXEALOGY. 313 

tilitv of intellect. Equally reinarkal»le M'a^^ his personal power 
as an orator. 

]\Irs. Sarah (Clerc) Deniing was a beautiful woman, with tlie 
traits of feature and vivacity of character of her father's race, 
and was a la<ly of a must amiable and alfectionate disposition. 
Jler father, Laurent Clerc, A.M., was a French geiitlenian who 
returned with Mr. Thomas 11. Gallaudet from France, and 
with him became one of the founders and teachers of the Deaf 
and Ditmli Asylum in Hartford; he and his wife being them- 
selves deaf mutes. 

\_Dt'min(j] CHII.DKKX ALL KY THE IST MAKRIACrE UORX IX 

IIAKTFOKI). CoXX. : 

i. Henry Champion, b. '^5 Nov. LSrjO: was graduated fn mi Yale 
College iu 1S7-2. He is Secretary and Treasurer of the Mer- 
cantile Trust Company of New York City. 

ii. Charles Clerc. b. 22 ]May 1S.'52 ; was graduated from Yale 
College in IST'?, and from the Columbia Law School in 187o, 
since which time he has lieen engaged in the practice of his 
profession in New York ( -ity. 

iii. Mary Shipman. b. -3 May iSoo : d. 11 Nov. 186L 

iv. Laurent Clerc, b. 21 Nov. 18Gi) : was graduated from Yale 
College in IS^-o. He is in the office of the Atchison. Topeka 
and Santa Fe Railroad in New York City. 

302. IIexky Champiox Tkumhell (7/(//'/vVf'''\ ITenrf", 
J/enrir'\ IL/uy\ Thoiam\ Ih'R}'>f\ born 17 :\[ay 1S21, in 
Hartford, Conn. : died 25 February 1855 ; married in Walling- 
ford. Conn., 2o September ly-J-2, Sarah Joxks Wihttlesky, 
daughter of Jared Potter and Lydia G. (Archer) AVhittlesey, 
born 10 July 1820, in AVallingford ; died 11 Mav ISll, in 
Hartford. 

Mr. Truml)ull was graduated from AVesleyan Univer.-ity iu 
lS-11 and inunediately began the study of law in Hartford. 
In 1S51 he left that city for a tour of the South and Mexico. 
He died of a hemorrhage on board the steamer Louisania, 
while on his way from Galveston to Xew (Orleans. 

\^Tr>inJjtiU] child horx ix wallix(;kori). coxx. : 
41.-). i. Harriet Champion, b. 2\ June 1843 ; m. Prof. Austin Stickney. 

3f53. Eliza Storks Tkoihull (EHza \\. St..nv'"", KJ!za- 
httl^'\ lltnr,f\ JLju'^i'\ ThoiiKi.^, Hvur'r), born !<• October 



314 CHAMPIOX GKNEALOGY. 

1S2G, in Hartford, C^.nll.; died 20 July 186"2, in Hartford; 
Nvas niarrit'd in Hartford. 1 Oet(jl>er l.'^50, to Hon. Lucii s 
Fkaxklix Ivoiiixsox. Son of David Franklin and Anne (Sey- 
mour) Kobinson. and Krother of ^lary C. who was married to 
Judge rsatlianiel Slii[)nian (411\ iMtrn 1 Feljniarv 1824, in 
Hartford; died 11 ^March 18<]1, in Hartford. 

]\Ir. Jiobinson was graduated from Yale College in 1S43, 
and from the Yale Law School in 1845. Being then ardently 
engaged in }>olit!cs, ho was for one year occupied as editor of 
the 117/ /V/. a Plartfcird daily paper. He soon entered upon the 
speciilc business of his profession in that city, and ^vas oigaged 
in a fidl and iucreasini!; j)ractice until the close of his life. He 
was City Attorney from April, 1^51, to April, 185G, and was 
also a member of the Common Council. 

Soon after leaving college ]\Ir. Itol)inson edited an edition of 
Mather's "' ]\[agnalia," with a translation of all the Fatin and 
Greek quotations and references. 

\^]iOhiiiSi>/i'] cniLDRKN BORX IX HARTFORD, COXX. : 

i. Eliza Tku.mbui.l. b. 3'J Nov. ISol ; resides in Hartford. Miss 
Robinson and her sister established the Lucius F. Robinson 
Latin Prizes in Yale College in 188T and the Willicihi L. 
Storrs LcciuiesJtip on Municipal Law in the Yale Law 
School in 1880. 

11. Axx Seymour, b. 10 Feb. 1855 : d. 11 Apr. 1861. 

lii. Mary Alice, b. 17 Sept. 185(5 : ni. in Hartford. 16 Apr. 1890, 
Louis Richmond Cheney, of South Manchester, Conn. They 
reside in New York Cit}'. 

iv. Harriet Trumbull, b. 9 Feb. 1859 ; d. 19 Aug. 1870. 

364. Sara Blair AVatkixs.ox (Jfariu^', Ilenri/^', JIenry^'\ 
IIenr)/\ TJiOinu-^, JLamfy born 28 October 1813, in Hart- | 

ford, Conn. ; died 27 April 1870, in Hartford; was married in 
Hartford, lU October 1835, as second wife, to Hon. Samuel 
Howard Hlxtixotox, son of Hon. Hezekiah and Susanna 
(Kent) Huntington, l)orn 14 December 17U3, in Sullield, Conn.; 
died 4 February l8Sii. in Hartford. 

Mr. Huntington at the age of ten years removed with his 
father to Hartford. After serving in the War of 1812, he 
entered Yale College and wa> graduated in 1818. After grad- 
uation he studied law and was admitted to" the bar in Hartford, 
where he continued in practice. Besides the duties of his pro- 



CHAMPION GEXEALOftY. 315 

fc^;.^iol), he served in 1.^2l> as Clerk of tlie State Senate, and 
wa.s for tlirt-f years il842, lS-10 and 185<)) Jud^e of the County 
CVnirt. On tlie establishment of tlie Court of Claims in TVasli- 
iiigton, D. C, in 1S55, lie was appointed its eliief clerk, and 
held that jiosition for the greater part of tlie remainder of his 
life. He was from ISoO to 1S5S a trustee of Trinity College, 
and for many years one of the leading laymen of the Protes- 
tant Epi.fCopal Church of Connecticut. 

\_IIuntuigtO)t] CniLDRKX born IX HARTFilKO, coxx. : 

i. Catherine Bkixley, b. 1 Jan. 1S3T ; d. 2o Oct. 1873, in Hart- 
ford ; unmarried. 

ii. Maria. Champion, b. 27 Dee. 1838 ; is unmarried and resides 
in Hartford. 
416 iii. Robert Watkinsox, b. 3 Dec. 1840 ; m., Ist, Jane L. Trumbull ; 
2d, Elizabeth S. Wliipple. 

417. iv. Samuel, b. 17 Dec. 1842 ; m. Azelia C. Zerega. 

V. Hexky Kext. b. 27 Mar. 1815; was graduated from Trinity 
College in 18G7, and from the ^ledical Department of the 
University of New York in 1871. He is a physician in New 
Rochelle.N. Y. 

vi. Saka Blair, ^ is unmarried and resides in Hartford, 

[■twins, b. 30 Nov. 1847 ; 

418. vii. Elizabeth Adams, ' m. Charles J. Cole. 



305. Elizabeth ArATKixsox {M<i/'i<r^''\ T/tv?/'//"'^-, Iliiu'if-^^ 
IIenry^'\ Thoina.s^, Br/i/'//''), horn IS Septemher 18; 17, in Hart- 
ford, Conn.: was married in Hartford, 11 ^lay 1S43, to 
Xatiiax Adams, M.D., son of Judge Kufus (Y. C. 1705) and 
Hannah (Eyers) Adams, born May 1S13, in Canterbury, 
Conn. ; died 2 Octol>er ISSS, hi ]\Iarblehead, ^Sfass. 

Doctor Adams was graduated from the ]\Iedical Department 
of Yale College in 1S34 and for the next few years was occupied 
with the practice of his profession in Xew York City. After 
his marriage he renun-ed to Springfield, ]Mass.. where .he con- 
tinued in practice until ISOo, when a severe accident compelled 
him to withdraw from active practice; and tVom that time he 
lived a somewhat retired life, chielly in Springtield. l)octor 
Adams was a successful and highly esteemed })ractitioner, and 
his sudden death from heart disease was a severe blow to his 
numerous friends. He died at the home of his daughter in 
Alarblehead. 



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31C CHAMPION GENEALOGY. | 

[A(Ia?ns] ciiii.DRKx iioiix ix caxtkpjjukv, conx. : I 

419. i. Ellen Watkinsox, b. G Feb. 1814 ; m. liev. John L. Egbert. ^ 

ii. Nathaniel, b. 12 July 184ij; is unmarried and resides in | 

Springfield, Mass. |- 

iii. AViLUAM Rlfcs. b. ?, Jan. ISoS ; d. 7 Mar. 1854. I 

3Gr>. ^Iary AV ATKINSON ( Alay>w''\ II n y'tf'-, lien rif\ Hen n/\ \ 

Thor,ia^\ Ifrnri/X born 28 February 1S23, in Hartford, Conn. ; | 

was married in Hartford, 9 Mav 1848, to Jonx Smith Gray, | 

son of Samuel and Anne Cook (Smith) Gray, born It) Septem- | 

ber 181G, in Hartford. ^ I, 

Mr. Gray i.s a descendant of the \V)ndliam County, Coim.. | 

family of that name. He was a merchant in Hartford until f 

bis retirement from actiYO business in 1880. They reside in | 

Hartford. " \ 

[(//''///] OIIILOKKN noUN IN HARTFoHO, CoXN. : |. 

i. Ellkn Watkinson, b. 7 July 1849. | 

430. ii. Jonx Watkin^ox, b. 19 Mar. 1851 ; rn. Clara Bolter. | 

421. iii. Annie, b. 7 Dec. 1853 ; m. Rev. John II. Barbour. I 

307. Anxau AVklls Gtlukkt (Samuel A. Gilbert^', Utlxj- | 

ra/t^^, II,:nrif\ IL ,i)'if\ Thoma^^ IIenri/\ born 3 December f 

1802, in Gilead, Conn. ; died 14 January 1804, in Heer Kiver, | 

jS". Y. ; was married in ]Maytield. X. Y., 2'J April 1820, to f 

Abxp:u ADoLnrrs Joiixsox, son of Jacob and E,-ther (Hotch- | 

kiss) Johnson, born 11 January 1788, in Wallingford (now | 

Cheshire), Coim. ; died 17 Ai)ril 1807. in Deer River. X. Y. 

]Mr. Johnson resided in Kingsboro', X. Y., until 1833, when 
he removed with his family to Deer Eiver in the same state, 
where he owned an extensive, fertile, and Avell-managed farm 
on which he passed the renuunder of his life. 

[•Joltnsott\ niiLDRKx : 

i. LuciEN Augustus, b. 21 Apr. 1822 : resided in Deer River. 
N. Y., until 1805, when he removed to Chatfield, Minn. He 
is unmarried. 

ii. GlEBERT Brainarp. b. 10 Oct. 1823 ; m. in Deer River, 2 Jan. 
1850, Elizubetli, dan. of Harmon V. B. and Eliza (Grinell) 
Easton, of Amsterdam. X. Y., b. oO Apr. 18:!0. in Johnstou-n. 
N. Y. Ho is President of the Carthage National Bank in 
Carthage, N. Y. Children burn in Deer River :—Mitri/ Eliza- 
hefh, b. 16 Oct. 1«55, m. in Deer River, 18 Aug. 1874, Charles 
H., son of I. II. and Louisa (Francis) Looniis, b. 18 Aug. 



CHAMPIOX GENEALOGY. 317 

18")3, in Carthage, where they reside. Ch. : 1, Fred Johnson, 
b. 11 Sept. 187o: 2. Elizabeth, b. 17 Apr. 1878; 8. Gilbert 
Brainard, b. 1 Feb. 18S0 ; Annah Nellie, b. 1 Oct. 18G0, m. in 
Deer River, 7 Aug. 1883. Edward M., son of Thomas Stand- 
ring, b. 10 ^lar. 18")0. in Hillsboro". 111. : reside in Morristown, 
N. Y. Ch. : Gilbert Johnson, b. -20 Apr. 1886; Elsie Maria, 
b. 9 Feb. 1867 ; Lxcieii Gilbert, b. 11 Aug. 1868. 

Sarah, b. '^3 June 1826; n\. 10 Sept. 1851, Jason C. son of 
Giles and Olive (Green) Easton. They reside in La Crosse, 
"Wis. Mr. Easton lias railroad interests in Jamaica, W. I. 

Samuel William, b. 3 July 1830; m. in Essex, N. Y., 13 Oct. 
18-j8, Elizabeth Erwin, dau. of George Hunt and Si:)phronia 
(Spencer) Blinn, of Essex, b. 11 xMar. 1831, in Moriah, N. Y. 
After studying at Lowville {N. Y.) Academy and Yale Scien- 
tific Scliool he passed 1853, '4 and '5, at the University of 
Leipsig, and further continued his studies in England. On 
his return to America in the fall of 18")."j he became chief 
assistant in the laboratory of analytical chemistry at Yale, 
of which department he was made professor the following 
year. In 1857 agricultural chemistry was included under 
the title of his })rofessorship, and he was also appointed 
chemist to the State Agricultural Society ; and during 1857, 
'8 and '9, greatly extended the knowledge of the use and 
nature of commercial fertilizers. When tlie State Board of 
Agriculture was established in 1866, Professor Johnson was 
appointcnl a member and served two years, when he resigned 
the position, but was at once appointed its chemist, an otKce 
which he held for the next three years. Ilis efforts for the 
establishment of a state agricultural experiment station 
were rendered successful by act of the Legislature in 1877, 
when he became a director of the station. Besides the liter- 
ary work required for the station, Professor Johnson has 
given many prized contributions to the press and i)ublished 
a number of valuable works on his specialities. The most 
widely known are : '• How Crops Grow," •' How Crops Feed," 
and "Peat and its Uses as Fertilizer and Fuel," the former 
of which can be read in German, Swedish, Italian, Japanese, 
and two Russian translations. Child :— Elizabeth Annah, b. 
19 Sept. 1862, in New Haven, Conn., m. 33 June 1886, 
Thomas Burr, son of Arthur Dimon (Y. C. 1848) and Fanny 
L. (Blake) Osborne, b..5 Aug. 1859, in New Haven ; he was 
graduated from Yale College in 1881. and is at present en- 
gaged in chemical researches in connection witl\ Professor 
Johnson. Ch. : Arthur Dimon. b. 15 Apr. 1887, in New 
Haven. 

EsTHiR Amelia, b. 1 Dec. 1838 ; m. in Deer River, 13 Oct. 
1857, Prof. Giles Charles, son of Giles and Olive (Green) Eas- 
ton, b. 21 Nov. 1821, in West Martinsburgh, N. Y. He was 
graduated from Trinity College, Hartford, in 1849 and be- 



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3 IS CHAMPIOX GEXEALOCtY. ^ i 

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came Professor of Mathematics at Russellville (Kj.) College. | 

Later he settled in Lowville, N. Y., where he was a trustee | 

and elder in the Presbyterian church and superintendent of |, 

its Sunday School. She d. 20 Oct. 1862, in Lowville. He 'i 

died there, 26 Jan. 18G7. Cliildren born in Lowville -.—Hat- 1 

tie Lois, b. 4 Apr. 18o9, m. in La Crosse, Wis., 13 June 18S4, * 

Dr. Thomas McDavitt, one of the Kentucky family of that ^■ 

name, and resides in Winona, Minn. Ch. r'*!. Esther Eas- f 

ton, b. 13 June 3885; 2. Sara Caroline, b. 13 Aue;. 18S7 ; 3. % 

Mary, b. 9 Dec. 1889: Ahner Johnson, b. IS May 1881. | 

vl. Elizabkth, b. 7 Dec. 1841 ; m. in New Haven, Conn., 23 Apr. ^ 

18G8, John Wesley, son of William Durant and Prudency '< 

(Taylor) Clark, b. 18 Feb. 1840. in Deer River, N. Y. He S 

served three years in tlie Civil War as Captain of Company | 

I, Fifth Regiment New York Heavy Artillery. He is a raer- | 

• chant in Carthage, N. Y. Children :—.4««a Elizabeth, b. 3 i 

Feb. 1872, d. 15 Sept. 1-^72 : Sarnh Johnson, b. 25 Apr. 1874 : | 

William Philo. h. 6 Apr. 1877, d. 24 Aug. 1878 ; John Durant, \ 

h. 27 Jan. 18^3. Q 

vii. Abigail Wells, b. 1 Nov. 1S4G : m. in Chattield, Minn., 26 | 

Aug. 1879. as second wife, Rev. John Moore, D.D.. son of % 

Robert and Nancy (WyckofT) ZMoore. b. 16 Oct. 1822, near I 

Fairview, W. Va. He was graduated from Washington and S 

Jeifersoii College in 1843, and from the \Vestern Theological | 

Seminary in ISlG. and entered the Presbyterian Ministry in ^ 

Pennsylvania in 1847. He was engaged in various pastorates | 

until 187G, when he removed to Galesville, Wis. In that city '. 

he was pastor of the Presbyterian church. Professor of Eng- % 

li.sh Literature in Galesville College, and was a well-known i 

writer. In December, 1883, a throat trouble compelled him to f 

give up public speaking and he removed to Chatfield, Minn., | 
where he d. 13 Aug. 1888. His widow resides in Chattield, 
and has no children. 

viii. Annah Gilbert 'twin), b. 1 Nov. 1846 ; m. in Chatfield, 25 Aug. 
1874, George Henry, son of Augustus and Barbara (Hall) 
Haven, b. 10 Sept. 1^41, in Plymouth, Vt. He was educated 
at Boston, Ma.^s.. and removed to Chattield where he is en- 
gaged in banking. He lias been since early manhood an 
elder in the Presbyterian church in that city. Children : — 
Ruth, h. 1 Nov. 1875 ; George August ns, b. 21 Feb. 1884. 

368. Xabby Makia GiLr.KRTiSamnel A. Gilbert^", Z^c^^;/-,;/."-^ 
JIenr>/'\ flenr//^'-, T/ioi/ian^, lloin/). born 8 February 1805, iu 

Gilead, Conn.; died 3 September 18*')0, in Charlton, N. Y, ; ' .: 
was married in Crrtnl)erry Creek. N. Y., 2f> Decenil»er 1823, to 
Jesse Thomi^sox, son of Bunjaniin and Marian (Brown) 

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CRAMPTON GENJ'.ALdGY. 319 

Thonipsdii, born 25 Deeeinhor 1795, in Aiidover, X. II. ; died 
(I .July L^5S, ill Eall^loiu X. Y, 

]\rr. Tlionip-on wa? named for his uncle avIio fell in the 
lievohition. lie mainly engaged in fanning during his life. 

[Thoiaj'soa'] childkkx p.orn in hallston, n. v.: 
i. Bktsey Pamkla. b. 5 Mar. 1827 ; m. e Jan. 1804, J. J. Branch 
and resided near Champlain, N. Y. Children -.—Jesse, b. 
1867 ; Rns>icll C, b. 3 Apr. 1873 : Wellington, h. 1875. 
ii. Sally Deborah, b. 14 Jan. 1829 ; m. 9 Nov. 1852, Oliver Cush- 
nian and resides near Flushing. Mich. Children -.-AdcUa 
A., b. 13 Apr. 1857 ; Mary, b. 18 May 1862 ; Cella, h. 13 Oct. 
1867. 
iii. Nancy Marlv. b. 28 Mar. 1831 ; m. 13 Sept. 1858. William 
Justus Morey and resides in Burnt Hills. N. Y. Children :— 
Jesse Tltompsoii. b. 23 July 1859. was graduated from Tnion 
College in 1^^5. taught school in Batavia. N. Y., and Boston, 
Mass., in the Blind Institute, and since 1S8S has been Super- 
intendent of Schools in Kearney. Neb. : m. Sept. 1889. Belle 
Kice. of Batavia: Mary AmanJn, h. 30 Oct. 18G0. m. John 
Hamilton Coons, of Burnt Hills ; VniUain Jusius, b. 1 May 
1862, is at Colgate University studying for the Baptist Min- 
istrv: George Gilbert, b. 11 Nov. Is63. is an energetic farmer 
in Larrabee, la. : Hattie Ann. h. 21 Oct. 1865 is a graduate 
of Oswego Normal School and principal of a school near 
Roslyn. Long Island, N. Y. ; Snsie Belle, b. 8 Aug. 18G8, is a 
school teacher in Burnt Hills ; John Ross, b. 11 Dec. 1869, 
is a student at Union College : Angle Irene, h. 2 Apr. 1872. 
was graduated from the Classical Institute, Schenectady, 
N. Y.. in 1888. 
iv. George Gilbe}:t. b. 29 July 1835 ; d. 13 Apr. 1830, in Andover, 

N. H. 
T. Mary Susan, b. 13 Aug. 1839 ; m. 6 June 1868. Nathan Alson 
Seelye, of Stepney, Conn., and resides in Burnt Hills, N. Y. 
Children -.-Jennie Maria, b. 14 Apr. 18G8 ; Mary Antoinette, 
b. 30 June 1873: James Alson, b. 14 Sept. 1875: Gilbert 
Thonqison. b. 9 Sept. 1877 ; Susan Elizabeth, h. 20 Dec. 1S80 ; 
Xatltan Hubbel, b. 14 Nov. 1882. 

3G9. LuciEN AuGUsTis Gilbert (Sanmel A. Gill)ert3'', Dt^o- 
rah^"^, Jlenrf, ILarif\ Thomas^, Henry'), born 11 Decem- 
ber ISOG, in Mayticld. X. Y. ; married in C^iiro. X. Y., 2l> May 
1S31, "Miranda Ykoman>, daughter of Gill)ert and Sally (Bul- 
lock) Yeoman>, who died 27 April 1890, in Cranberry (Jreek, 
X.Y. 

Mr. Gilbert is a farmer and resides in Cranberry Creek, X. Y. 



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320 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

[G/'Ihi/i] CHILD B(J1;N INT ^rAYFIKLD, N, Y. : 

i. Mykox Augustus, b. 15 Sept. 1S33 : m. in Burnt flills, N. Y.. 
9 Oct. 186(5, Eliza Ellen, dau. of Lyman Tanner, of North- 
ampton. N. Y. They reside in Cranberry Creek, N. Y. 
Child :— Luck' II Marvin, b. 22 Jan. l88-,\ 



369|^. Salj.y Dkbokah Giliiert (Samuel A. Gilbert^'*, Delo- \ 

raJi^\ mnrir\ IIenr>f\' ThornaJ>^ ITenrij% born 29 Novein- \ 

ber ISOS. in Maytield, X. Y. ; died 15 Isi-ax IS-tT, in Glovers- j 

viUe, X. y. ; was married in ]\fayiield, 2S Fel)rnary 1833, to \ 

Col. IIakvey Joxks, son of Asa and Lucy (Case) Jones, born j 

22 June 1S05, in Kingsboro', X. Y. ; died S Xovember 1819, 1 
in Winnebago Tiapids, now Xeeuah, AYis. 
. Colonel Jones was an early settler of Neenah. 

[Jones'] cnir.oREx : 

i. GiiJ^ERT C^A^[PIO^^ b. 14 Dec. 1S3T. in Kin.t^sboro', N. Y. : m. 
in ^'itiland. Wis., 9 Sept. 1862, Hannah Julia, dau. of AVilliam 
Humphrey and Maiy Ann (Enos) Scott, b. 30 July 1843, in 
Niinda, N. Y. Children born in Neenah, ^Vis. : — WiUiam 
Harvey, b. 28 June 1863 : George Gilbert, b. 4 July 1805 ; 
Luckn Wells, h. 4 Mar. 1S72. d. 25 Mar. 1882. 

ii. Abigail Wells, b. 14 Nov. 1839, in Kingsboro' ; m. in Neenah. 
\Vis., 3 May 1864. James, son of Eluathan and Luvia (Buck) 
Bassett, b. 31 .Jan. 1834, in Glenford, near Hamilton, Can. 
Children : — James Burnette, b. 15 May 18G5, in Neenah. d. 19 
Sept. 1865 ; A})hie S., b. 27 Aug. 1806, in Neenah : Winnefred, 
h. 8 Feb. 1869, in Neenah ; Mary L.,h. 20 Mar. 1871, in Engle- 
wood, 111. : Liana Eron, b. 8 Jan. 1874, in Teheran, Persia, d. 
8 Aug. 1875; James, b. 6 Oct. 1876, in Teheran; Pauline 
Ruth, b. 9 Nov. 1881. in Teheran. 

iii. WiiXAKD. b. 7 ]\Iar. 1842. in Gloversville. N. Y. ; m. in Osh- 
kosh, Wis.. 25 Dec. 1865, Mary Chapin, dau. of Leonard 
Proctor and Arabella (Loomis) Crary. b. 15 Sept. 1844. in 
jMihvaukee, Wis. He is ])()stmaster of Neenah, Wis., where 
he resides. CIiiMren :—Mary Josephine, b. 14 Feb. 1867. in 
Menosha, Wis. • Harvey Willard, b. 9 Feb. 1885, in Neenah, 
Wis. 

iv. Sarah Carter, b. 20 Feb. 1844. in Gloversville ; d 8 Apr. 1.848. 

370. Augustus Isham (ElizaVietli Gilbert'''^ Dthora/i^^"\ 
IIe)i}'(f°, irenr;/^'\ T/io//h{s\ I[>iinf\ born 22 January 1801, 
in Colchester, Conn. ; died Mareli 1.S22. in Cincinnati, Ohio; 
married in Xcw York City, 18 xVpril 1822, Eliza Bryce, 
dauo-hter of IJavid and Eliza (Thomson) Brvce, a native of 



CHAMPTOX GENEALOGY. 321 

Glasnrnv, Scotland, m-Iio died 30 June 185S, in Cincinnati, a<red 
.")t» years. 

Mr. Isliani when about sixteen jears of age, becoming rest- 
le>s, and longing for a wider field than his native town afforded, 
went to New York City to engage in business with the firm 
(if Frederick and Charles Deming, at that time one of the 
largest and most extensive wholesale dry goods houses in the 
United States. AVitli this firm he remained until his marriao-e, 
shortly after which he returned to his native state and engaged 
with liis brother AVilliain in the same business in Hartford. 
In 1S2S he went to Cincinnati, Ohio, and there with his 
brother established the firm of A. and AV. Isham. In 1833 he. 
returned to Connecticut and bi-ouglit his wife and family to his 
western liomo. From this time until 1870 he was occupied 
with mercantile pursuits in Cincinnati, and for some years was 
President of the Ohio IJfc Insurance Company. In 1870 
he retired from active l)iisiness and to(>k up his residence 
with his daughter Mrs. Thomas at her suburban home in Glen- 
dale, near Cincinnati. Here he spent his declining years, a 
consistent Christian, beloved by a wide cirele of friends to 
whom he was endeared by his many acts of kindness and 
generosity, 

{Isharri^ children: 

i. John Gilbert, b. 9 Feb. 18'-?3, iu Colchester, Conn.; m. in Cin- 
cinnati. O., 31 Dec. ISOS. Mary Emma, dau. of Leopold and 
Mary (I^eu'is) Hnglies. He came to Cincinnati with his 
father, and has been engaged in general mercantile and 
manufacturing business since 1847. Children •.—Augustus, 
b. Oct. 186'J, d. 14 July 1870; Augustus, b. Dec. 1870; Mel- 
choir, h. May 1871, d. 15 Oct. 1871 ; John Gilbert, b. Aug. 
1873; Fanny M((.ru-ell, b. Mar. 1875. 

ii. Eliza Thomsox. b. 2 Aug. 1S25, in Hartford, Conn. : m. 23 
May 1844, John C. Schooley, of New York City. Children : 
—John C, b. 12 Mar. 1845, m. 26 Dec. 18G6, Minnie T. Cum- 
mings, and d. 13 May 1871 ; Mary Estclle, h. 20 Aug. 1848, 
m. 18 Sept. 1880, Jeremiah \V. Curtis, and d. 28 May 18>!3 ; 
Eliza Tshani. b. lt> June 1851, m. 1 Nov. 1871, William Judd 
Edwards, and d. 7 Jan. 1S75 ; Eihcanl Rocku-dl, b. 6 Oct. 
1853, d. 12 Aug. 1855; Snmn Duf/lckl b. 2 Apr. 1858, ui. 3 
Apr. 1882, Charles II. Thomas; Isabella Isham, b. 11 Sept. 
1860, d. 14 July 1864. 

iii. Jaxe Buvce, b. in Hartford ; m. iu Cincinnati, 7 Aug. 

1849, James Dunn, son of George and Rachel (Shea) Lelimer, 

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322 CHAMPION" GENEALOGY. 

of Westmoroland. Pa. Tlioj' reside in Cincinnati. Children: 
— Charh's, h. 7 Aug. ISIO, was graduated from Andover 
School in 1S(J9, from Yale College in 1S7;5, and from the Cin- 
cinnati Law School in l^TS. and is practicing his profession 
in Cincinnati : GiUjert. b. 13 Oct. 1S.")2. was graduated from 
Andover in IbTO, and then studied four years at Bonn and 
Leipsig ; he returned to Cincinnati in 1874 where he reside'd 
until I87G, when liQ ren\oved to Colorado, and is at present 
interested in silver mines in Denver in that state; Fanny ; 
Caroline. 

iv. WiLiJAM Augustus, b. 8 Nov. 18'28, in Hartford ; d. 8 July 
1833, in Cincinnati. 

V. Isabella BKYCt:, h. 8 Oct. 1838, in Cincinnati : m. "3 Oct. 1801, 
Elbridge Lawrence, sou of Nicholas ^Valn and Arrainda 
(Bernard) Thomas, a merchant in Cincinnati. He d. 23 July 
1870, in Glendale, O. ChiMren :— Augusta Ishain, b. 8 
Aug. 18C"3, m. '23 Feb. 1884, James Hicks. Treasurer of the 
Cincinnati Corrogating Company ; Xicholan Wain, b. 7 Dec. 
18G3, m. 20 June 1^^89. Alice Ward : Eleanor Lawrence, b. 10 
Dec. 1868. 

vi. Augusta CHAiiriox. b. in Cincinnati: m. George S. 

Scott, of New York City. 

371. Albert Baldwin Istiam (Elizabeth Gi]l>crt^^\ D^i- 
loraP'^K Jltnri/^, ILnn/', Thoinns<\ Ilermfy horn 13 Jtily 
1S05, ill Colchester, Conn.; died .5 July 1SS5, in Colchester; 
married in ]S'or\vieh, Conn., o January lSol», P^lizabeth Hu.nt- 
1NGT()N EicHARDS, daughter of Leonard D. and Harriet ("Waite) 
Richards, horn 2 May IS 10, in Xcw London. Conn. ; died 15 

I April ISTS, in Hartford, and lies l>urie<l in Colchester. 

I Mr. Ishani was a merchant and resided all his life in his 

\ native town. 

1 {iHliara^^ childuex bokx in colcrestek, conn. 

i 1. Eliza Huntix(;ton'. born Ifi Nov. 1839 ; m. in Colchester, '36 

[: ' Jan. 186.5, Augustus Smith Jenjiae. b. 11 Oct. 1837. in Bur- 

i lington, Conn. They reside in Louisville, Ky., and have no 

• children. 

' ii. JoHX Richards, b. 32 Jan. 1819 ; d. 15 Feb. 18C8, in Cincin- 

;' nati, O. 

I ■ 372. Clarissa Chamriox Isii.vm (Elizaheth Gilhert'^^ De- 

;. 'borolc^, Uc)n'if\ I[rnr>/\ Thmnn.f, llcnnf). l)oru 3 December 

;■ 1807, in Colchester, Conn.; died 22 June iSS!), in ]lartf(-»rd, 

I . ■ Conn.; was married in Colchester, 11 April 1S33, to John 

'' Goodwin ^Eix, -on of Samuel and lioxina (Pelton) Mix, born 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 323 

lit Septeinher 1S02, in Soiitli Hero, Vt. ; died 23 September 
1 >(;;•, from ;iie elTeeis «..{' a fall in lii.s residence in Hartford. 

[Jrt.r'j CHILDREN BOKN IN UARTKOKD, CoNX. : 

i. JOUN- Henry, b. 30 Maj- 1837 : d. 4 Apr. 1S44. 

ii. Martha Isham. b. 9 Apr. 1839 ; ni. 12 July 18tio, JosopJi Henry 
Cone. He is in tlie hardware business in Hartford. Child- 
ren r—CVaro Miller, b.'lO Dec. 18G7 : Henry Franldin,h. 20 
Dec. 1871 : Lilian Champion, b. 31 Oct. 1874. 

iii. George Henry, b. 1 Sept. 1842. 

iv. EuzA Farwkll, b. 6 Nov. 184G. 

373. Samuel Gilbert Isham fElizahetli Gilbert'''^, De- 
?/o/vf/V^''\ /lcn/')/'''\ IL'iirif^, ThomoJ', Jlenr)/), horn 24 May 
1n12. in C'olclie.-ter. C'onn. ; died 23 August 1S80, in Lono;- 
view, Texas; married in Fort Smith, Ark., 3 July 1853, ^Mar- 
GARET Leonard, daugliter (>f Judge Jospliie and ]A"ilia (Vande- 
vender) Leonard, l»orn 17 January 1830. in Xorfolk, Va. She 
resides in Long-view. 

]\[r. Isliani, after residing for some years at Fort Smitli, in 
1877 removed to Palatine, Texas, where he engaged in the 
grocery business, in which he was very successful. In 1880 he 
retired from business and came to Longview, where he resided 
until his death. He was a prominent mendjer of the Protes- 
tant Episcopal Church, and was a popular and respected 
citizen. 

[^Islarn'] children: ■ 

i. Kathkkink Sted>l\.n. b. 17 ^May 18G1 ; d. 17 May 1880, in Long- 
view, Texas. 

ii. Mary Hendrix, b. 19 Aug. 1863 : d. 9 Nov. 1870, in Fort 
Smith, Ark. 

iii. John Gilbert, b. 12 Sept. 18Go : d. 8 Nov. 18G7, in Little Kock, 
Ark. 

iv. Lottie Lee, b. 17 July 1S73. 

374-. ^yfAKTHA IsuAM (Elizabotli Gilbert'^\ nelorah^. 
J[*/ir)f\ IL)iriJ^'\ T/iotuas'', Jlenrif'), born 1<> Jidy 1815, in 
C'oh-he^ter. C'i>nn. ; was married in Colchester, 5 December 
1*^33,10 liev. PicHAia) Samukl Adams, son of liichard and 
-Mary Pel)ecca (Turvili Adams, born 15 Xovend^er 181U, in 
Norwich, Conn. 

They reside in Philadel})hia, Pa. 



32-i CHAMPIOX GENEALOGY. 

[A(7(n)h'i'\ cHiLDiJKx: 

i. Mary Rebecca, h. 23 Sept. 183=1, in Cincinnati. O. 

ii. Cha]:les Richard, b. 21 Sept. 1840, in Louisville^ Ky. : lost at 

sea in Fel). is.lG. 
iii. JoHX ISHAM, b. 23 Sept. IS')!), in Cape Vincent, X. Y. ; d. 15 

July 1802, in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

375. :\rARY IsuAM (EHzal.etli Gilliert^'^ /).7yo/v7/,^« Urnr>f\ 
IIenri/'\ TJiomoJ', ILnn/). born 10 July 1S15, in C'olcliester, 
Conn. ; was niarrietl in Colchester, 1 September 1S3G, to John 
Geiswold Huntington, son of Levi and Catherine ]M. (Rich- 
ards) Hmitington, l)orn 24 Febrnary IS 14, in Xorwich, C(jnn. ; 
died IT April 1S50. in Xorwieh. 

]Mr. Tlnntington ■was for many years in the Inmljer business 
in Xorwich. Ilis widow resides in Kansas City, ^lo. 

\_lL>iitt'ni'jfOi\\ CHILDREN BOKN IN NORWICH. CONN. : 

i. Jedediah, b. T Aug. 1837 ; m. 6 June 18ti0, Annie E. Hazfcml. 

of Kingston, R. I., and d. 9 Oct. 1S85, in Xorwicli, leaving a 

family, 
ii. John RiCHARns, b. 2.j May 1840 ; resides in Kansas City. 
iii. Charles Isham, b. 16 Xov. 18oG ; d. 7 Sept. 18G0. 

376. Harriet Isham (Elizabeth Gilbert^^ Drhorah^^, ITenr)/\ 
Htnrif^, Thoma-f, irenr'/), born 2 April 1820, in Colchester, 
Conn. ; was married in Colchester, 5 May 1S4(), to Elijah 
Chapman Kellogg, son of I^aniel and S^usanna (Griiros) 
Kellogg, born 13 June ISll, in Tolland, Conn. ; died 13 De- 
cember ISSl, in Hartford. Conn. His widow re-ides with her 
daughter in Portland, Conn. 

Mr. Kellogg was brought in childhood l>y his parents to Col- 
chester, and 'when a young man removed to Hartford, where he 
resided over fifty years. He was a mend)er of the old and 
well known firm of E. B. and PI C. Kellogg, lithographers. 
]\[r. Kelloi^g was an artist of al)ility. but rarely consented to 
place his works on pul)lic exhibiti^jn. He was a great lover of 
nature and an expert fisherman, being consi<lered the most 
skillful "tly" fisherman in Hartford; and no man in the state 
was a more delightful coui})aiiion on a truut brook. He was 
among the very first men in the United States to breed trout 
artificially, experimenting with success as early as 1855. In 



CIIAMPIOX GENEALOdy. 325 

ls(>() he visiteil varioiis piscicultural o^tablisliiuents in Europe 
t"ur tlie purj>o>o of olttaiuing further kiK^wleilge of the subject. 

[ICeUof/r/'] CHILI) V.OIIS IX IIAKTFOKI). coxx. : 

i. Agnks, b. 18 Jan. 1S4T ; m. 16 Sei)t. 1880, Joliu Hall, sou of 
Charles Henry and Eliza (Hall) Sage, of Portland, Conn. He 
is Cashier Of the First National Bank of Portland : Treas- 
urer of tlie Freestone Savings Bank ; Warden of the Epi.-5- 
coi>al Cliiireh : and a well-known ornithologist. 

377. Ri V. Edwix Randoi/i'h GiLr.KRT (Peyton R. Gi^)crt•"^^ 
J'hhon//i^. IleiU'fK IIrnn/\ TItiy,n<iH\ Ifenn/y born 10 Eel)- 
ruary ISOS, in Gilead, Conn. ; died 17 April 1871:. in AVallina- 
f(.rd. Ci'un. : inarried, l>t, 7 ^Fay 1833, Axx Smith Lan(.i)ox, 
daiigliter of Reul>en and Patience (Gilbert) Langdon," and 
si.-ter of Sylvester (t. who married Sarah 'M. Post (3SS), l»oru 
3 May ISOO, in New Liaidon, Conn.; died 13 February isll. 
in AVallingford. He nmrried, iM, '20 July 1842, Dokcas 
SouTHMAYD DuTTOx. daughter of Ilev. Aaron (Y . C. 1803) and 

Dorcas (Southniayd) Dutton, born ,18J0, in Guilford, 

Conn. ; died lt> July 1810. in Wallingford. He married, 3d, 7 
Se})teniber 18r.2, Axx Clai^ssa Bai.dwix, daughter of Wil- 
liam and Ann (Perrin) Baldwin, born 1 April 1815, in Xew 
Haven, Conn.; died 19 August 1801: in AVallingford. He 
nuirried, 1th, 10 Xovember 1805, Hkxkiktta Bkeuk Carrixc- 
Tux, daughter of Miles and ^Nfary (Beebe) Carrington, born 20 
April 1S20, in "Wallingford. where she at present resides. 

]\Ir. Gilbert was graduated from Yale College in 182l», and 
from tbe Yale Divinity School in 1832. On October 3d of the 
same year he was ordained over the Congi-egational church in 
\Vallingford, Conn., where he retired as pastor euhJi-'tt'is on 
danuary 1, 1874. His long pastorate was marked by great 
fidelity and judicioiisne-s. From Angust, 1849, imtil his death 
he was a mem'ier of the Yale Corporatiuii. 

[(j?llM.'/i] CHILDREX BY THK IsT MARR[A(rK: 

i. Reuben Randolph, 1). I'J Nov. IS'-ih in Wallingford. Conn. : 
d. 9 June IS^B. 



•And jrratiiMausilirer of Hon. Sylvostor nii<l Patience (Rarber) Gilbert, of Hebron, i 
Jiiil;,'e Sylvostor was <(>n of Col. Samnul (lilbort by his .second wtU; Abi,L;ail i{(jwley, ' 
and therefore half brother of Hon. Samuel who luurned Deborah Champion (*)3). 



326 CIIAMriON GENEALOGY. 

ii. Chahles Edwin, b. S Nov. lS3ij, in Wallln^^ford ; m. iti Eliza- 
beth, N. J., 10 [May IbliO. Virginia Ewiiig. dau. of Aaron G. 
and Analelta (Xutmaii) Crane, b. 6 Oct. 1S45. in New York 
City. He is ca.shier of the ^-Etna Life Insurance Company 
in Hartford. Conn. Children -.—Albeit Waldroii, b. B Nov. 
1867 ; Edwin IlandolpJi, b. 18 Jan. l!S71 ; CJuoles Allan, b. 9 

Sept. isra. 

iii. George Laxgdon, b. 9 Oct. 1S38, in Wallingford ; d. 3 Feb. 
1839. 

[Gilht-rt'] cniLDiJKx p.y the 2d makriage : 

iv. Samuel Southmayd. b. 19 Doc. 184-4, in Wallingford ; <1. 17 
Feb. 18G0. 

V. Samuel Duttox, b. 15 June 1^48, in Wallingford ; m. in Wall- 
ingford, 15 June 1875, Ellen Miriam, dau. of Samuel and 
Eliza (Munson) Peck. b. 3 Nov. is49. in Wallingford. He 
was graduated froni Yale College in 1869, and from the Yale 
* Medical School in 1871, and is practicing his profe^sion in 

New Haven, Conn. 

3TS. JosiAH Cha^ipiox GiLiiEKT (Poyton K. GiJbert'^^-, JJe- 
l)omJi^"'\ Ilen/'f/^\ Ilc/wf/^, T/wnia^, ILju-;/'), born 2«; February 
ISlO, in Giload Conn. ; died 2<) .lulv 1S.S1», in Gilead; married, 
1st, lo Marcli 1832, Luui^a :\[. Alvokd, b.>rn 31 August 1S19, 
in Bolton, C«>nn. ; died 1<; Xovember ls47, in Gilead. He 
married, 2d. 10 September 1S4S, Sarah Post, born 2'J April 
1821, in Gilead ; died 27 September ISSG, in Gilead. 

]\Ir. Gilbert was elected to the General Assembly in 181:9 
and 1855 ; clerk (.)f the church on October 7, 1850 ; treas- 
urer of the ecclesiastical society in 1801 ; and deacon on 
April 29, 180i. 

[Gilh'.'rt] CHILD BY THE IST MARRIAGE: 

1. Henry Champion, b. 27 June 1839, in Gilead, Conn. ; d. 4 Oct.. 
1842. 

[Gilhe/'f] CHILDRKX BY THE 2l) MARRIAGE: 

; ii. Sarah Louisa, b. 14 Dec. 1852, in Gilead ; d. 29 May 1855. 
iii. Arthur Kandolph, b. 1 Oct. 1857, in Gilead ; d. 3 Feb. 1873. 

379. ]\rELissA Ann GiLi:Ki;T(i\'ytun II. (iilberr'"\ Dth(>raP'^\ 
Ifti}/';/-''\ Jhnry"\ 7 /ioiiiii.s\ llcnr;/'). l)orn 21 Auii'ust 1812, in 
Gilead, Conn.; was married in Gilead, 21 ^lay 1835, to John 
Meigs Hall, sou of Juhn ^lorse and P^Hza (Meigsj Hall, born 



rilAMriON GENEALOGY, 327 

\:> A])ril IS07, in AV.illingford, Conn.; died o July IS-il, in 
I W:dlini;t"ord. Hi? widow resides in Ilai-ll'ord. Cunn. 

[ ;Mr. Hall was enga;.:LMl in farming all liis life. 

[TIcdl] CHILDREN BOKN IN WALLTNGFoni), COXN. I 
i. Abby Meigs, b. 13 May 1S?,6 ; d. 8 Jan. 1879 : unmarried. 
ii, Mary Eliza, 1>. 11 May 1838 ; m. in Wallingford, is July 1861, 
Levi Ward, son of Hon. Freeman Clarke, b. 10 Aug. 1834. 
in Albion. N. Y. Tliey reside in Rochester. N. Y., where he 
is Treasurer of the Rochester Printing Company and has 
been for many years President of the Clarke National Bank. 
Children :— A daughter, b. '31 Dec. 18G3. d. same day : Eliza- 
beth, b. 4 Apr. ISCA : Mcmj Gabridle. b. 11 3Iay 1879. 
iii. Ellen Theresa, b. 9 May 1840 : m. in AValliugford. 12 Oct. 
18G4, Charles De\Vitt. son of William TuUer. h. 10 May 1838. 
in Hartford, Conn., where they reside. Qhihlven -.—Edith 
Hall. b. IS Aug. 1805, d. 11 June 1878 : Marsliall Jeirell. b. 4 
Oct' 18G7 : Faljih DcWiit, b. 21 Aug. 1SG9 ; .Mabel Champion, 
4 Apr. 1873. 

3S0. Charlks ArcrsTus Gilrkrt (Peyton Ii. Gilhert"'^^ Be- 
ljoraIP\ Jlrrn'f\ JLni'f\ TJioinas\ IL:n,'>/). born 27 ^Srarcli 
1817, in Gileail Conn. ; died 20 October 18^7,' in ^[olnle, Ala.; 
married, 21 June 1842, Mary Jani: .Manson, born 22 January 
182-1, in Boston. Mass. ; died 2n November 1808. 

[G/Ux/i] children: 

i. Charles Mansox. b. 10 Oct. 1843. 

ii. Ella Jane. b. 15 Sept. 1846 : m. Oct. 1883. Julius Charles Ver-' 

hoef, and d. 2(3 Sept. 1884, leaving one daughter. 
iii. Louisa, b. 19 May 1849 ; d. 20 :\lay 1868. 
iv. Anna Cordeija, b. 19 Aug. 1851 : m. 22 Jan. 1880. Julius 

Charles Verlioef. and d. 13 June 1831. 
V. WiLLiA^i Augustus, b. 19 Jan. 1854. 

381. Hon. Ealph Porter Gilrkrt (Peyton R. Gill)erf^^ 
Dfho/'aP"'% JFtin'ir'^. IL:ni'>f\ Thomas^. IFen !•}/), born 30 
August 1819, in Gilead. Conn. ; nuirried. 14- Septendier 1842, 
]\[ary Laurhtta iluTiHiNso.x, daugliter of Jr»lin Pissell lluteli- 
inson, born 23 Se])tend>er 1810, in Gilead; died IS December 
18t;i, in Gilead. 

Mr. Gilbert represented tlie town of IIel)ron in tbe State 
Legislature in l8Si(. and was elected State Senator from tbe 
Twentv-third District in 1882-3. He bas also been for nuuiy 



328 CHAMPION genp:alogy. 

years annually elected sujieriiitendent of tlie Sabbatli School 
in Gilead, 

[Gilhert] CIIILDREX nOKN IX GILEAD, CONX. : 

i. AxxA Lauretta, b. 11 :\Iay 1841: m. 13 Jan. 18^6, p]merson 
Williaia, son of William P. and PMorilla (Talcott) Moore, b. 
9 Aug. 1844. m Windsor, Conn. They reside in Talcottrille, 
Conn. He is chief clerk in the State Comptroller's office in 
Hartford. 

ii. Jonx R.iNDOLPH, b. 18 Jnne 1849 : m. 30 Aug. 1876, Mary Cor- 
delia Davis, b. 21 June 1^52. in West Stafford, Conn. He is 
a farmer in Gilead. Children : — Ralph Dcivis, b. 10 June 
1S7S; Albert Champion, h. 15 Feb. 1881 ; Mijron Randolph, 
b. 25 Scpf. 1.884. 

iii. Mary Hutchixson, b. 17 Dec. 1855 ; d. June 1S77. 

3S2. Samuel EpAPirKODrrus Gilbert (Peyton It. Gilbei't"^^ 
I)tho,'aJF-\ J/enrf\ lhrmf\ Thoma^, JLnry'u born 9 De- 
cember 1S21, in Gilead. (Jonn. ; married. 1st. Cordelia Fkax- 
ces ]Maxs<)X, dan^hter of Le\yis C. Manson, born 3 Jnne 1S22, 
in Boston, ]Mass. ; died G Xovember 185<», in Eyansyille, Ind. 
He married, 2nd. in A'incennes, Ind., 7 J)eceml)er 1S52, ]\[arv 

; Jaxe Mackey, daughter of James ^Maekey, born 2 February 

; ■ 1S31. 

I . Mr. Gilbert remoyed in early life to Eyansyille, \yliere he 

became a merchant and at iM-esent resides. 

I ^ 

\ ' IGilhe/'t] CHILI) ny the 1st marriage: 

i i. Frank Manso::. b. 1 July 1847, in Evansville, Ind. ; m. in 

j Evansville, 20 Oct. 1880, Anna Elizabeth, dau. of Francis 

i Marion Hudspeth, b. 5 Dec. 1849. They reside in Evansville. 

I Child -.—Frank Manson, b. 29 May 1882. 

■ lOilbc/'t] CIIILDREX r,Y THE 2d MARRIAGE: 

! ii. David Mackey. b. 5 Apr. 1854, in Evansville: in. in Evans- 

i ville, 29 Jan. 1878. Emma, dau. of Joshua Plealy, b. lb Aug. 

i 1857. They reside in Evansville. Children :—6VY//i»t'Z //ea/^, 

i ■ b. 8 Feb. 1879 : RostccU Ward. b. 11 Oct. 1880 ; David Muckeij, 

\ b. 29 May 188:) : Mary Wihon. b. IG July 1887. 

' iii. Ida Anna, b. 17 Apr. 1S56, in Evansville: m. in Evansville. 3 

I Feb. 1880, Stephen Roswell Ward, b. 29 Sept. 1850. They 

; reside in Newark, N. J. Cliildren -.—Ida, b. 1 Aug. 1881, d. 

\ ■ 15 Jan. 1883; Ethel Ma rlcrij,h. 6 Apr. 1883; George Gilbert, 

"! . . b. 1 Dec. 1884 ; Harold, b. 15 May 1887. 



CHAMPIOX GEXEAT.OOY. 329 

8S3. SA>ruF.r. Arinrixi, rTiLijp:KT(Jolni IT. Gilt)c'rt"'''. Dchoi'oJi.^^^'i 
//' /i/\ir'\ IL'nr)/' T/iomas''. ILninf), Ix^ni 2 Fehnuirv iSi»l>. in 
(iilcad, Conn. ; died 2'J Juno ISTo, in IIealdsl)uriiii. Cal. ; niar- 
lied in Denmark. X. Y., 7 June IS^^, ^[ai:v 1^>. Xoinox. dani^li- 
ter oi Almon Moreliou.^e and Elean '>r (Vedder) Xovton, born 
12 October 1^1:3. in Denmark. She resides in Cliicau'o, 111. 

^Fr. Gilbert was engaged in business in Carthage, X. Y., foi- 
many years. 

YGiVjert\ ( niLDHKX f.orx ix cartuage, n. y. : 
i. Jonx NoRTOX. b. 15 Feb. 183^!: m. 20 Aug. 18G9, Mary A. 
Round. He was one of the lirst volunteers to enlist in the 
Union Army. After serving tliree months he joined the 
Chicago Mercantile Battery and was soon promoted to a 
captaincy in an infantry regiment, in which lie remained 
until the close of the war. He d. -^5 Dec. 1^77, in Metamora. 
111., where were born children :—ifa/7-/e^ b. 187'^. d. 1873: 
Samuil Whiiinrj. b. 9 June 1874 : LcmndJolin. b. 14 Jan. 1876. 
ii. Mary Eve. b. 14 Aug. 1840: m. in Lockport, 111.. 17 May 1^^66, 
William A., son of ^Nlaj. Jolin B. and Hannah (Kuhns) Hor- 
nish, of Chicago, 111., b. 15 Jan. 1^28. in Greensburgh, Pa. 
He is a printer. 
iii. HARRn:T Amelia, b. 17 Sept. 1847: m.. 1st. in Locki»ort. 111., 
17 Ajir. 1807. Charles Herbert, son of John and Helen M. 
(Chamberlain) Seaver, h. 14 Nov. 1845. in Darien, Wis. He 
was Superintendent of the Chicago and Alton R. R., and d. 
31 Mar. 1875. in Chicago, IlL Children :—Lo(n".'? Gilbert, b. 
17 June 18GS, in Lockport, III., d. 2 May 1880, in Chicago; 
Frank Wilbur, b. 20 Oct. h^rO, in Bloomington. 111. ; Birdie 
Louise, b. 1 Nov. 1872, in Bloomington, d. 12 Apr. 1874. in 
Chicago: Fannie Maij, b. 30 Oct. 1874. in Chicago, d. 24 
Feb. 1x75. She ni., 2d. 1<5 Oct. 1878. Nils Alexander, son of 
Olof Gabriel and Eleanora C. iSwanson) Hesselgren. b. 10 
Nov. 1843, in Lunde, Sweden. He was graduated from the 
Latin College in Lunde and became a lieutenant of the 
King's Hussars, of ]\Ialmo. Sweden. On coming to America 
he entered a leading business house in Chicago, tlieir present 
residence. Children :—0//irr Gilbert, b. 9 June 1879; Ger- 
trude Maud, b. 7 July 1882. 

oS4. Hon. AVilliam Au(-rsTi-s Gilijert (Jolm II. Gilbert^'', 
]Jth,,ruh^''\ lL:t,rf\ I[tiu''/\ Tho)„aif', ll'ii ,•>/'). born 2.") Jan- 
uary ISl"). in Gik'ad, Conn. : died 2'> ^Tay ls7,j. in Adanrs 
X. A.; married in Ib-idgewater. X. Y., 1 Sc])tember lS4ii. 
Ji'i.iA A. So 'IT. daughter of ^Marvin and Julia (Ives) Scott, 
born 4 February 1S2»'., in Bridgewatcr. She resides in Adams. 



330 CIIAMl'lOX GEXEALOGY. 

Mr. Gilbert was a large, finely prDportioned man. l>eiiii:; six 
feet in heiglit and bi-oail sluniMered. He had a Avell formed 
liead over which eurleil hair as white as snow. His face was 
large and strong, and welhhalaneed. His meniorv was remark- 
able ; his judgment sound ; his mental type judicial. IJeiiig 
rather slow of speech, he excelled in writing; and was especially 
noted for his ability in drawing legal pajiers. In his |)r(d'es- 
sion he was prosperous and the trusted advisor of his many 
friends. In ])ublie life he served in the ^e\v York Assembly 
and as liepresentative in Congress at ^Vashington. He died in 
the fidl enjoyment of his powers, recognized by all as the 
ablest man in the connnunity in which he had lived, and 
lamented l»y a lar^-e circle <y( friemls. 

[Oiibeff] cniLDUKX r.oi;N ix ad.uis, x. y. : 

i. Alice Agxes. I). 1-1 Jan. IS")? : m. in Adams. 1 Sept. 18T4. Isaac 
Lord, sou of Rev. Isaac Lord and Judith (Lainbertsou) Hunt, 
"b. 4 Dec. iS'iO. in Salist)ury, X. Y. He is a graduate of the 
Albany (X. Y.) Law Scliool and has represented his district 
several times in the State Assembly. He is at present prac- 
ticing his profession in Adauis. They have no children. 

ii, Cornelia Bisskll, b. 10 Apr. 1>.j4: d. :2 Aug. 1802. 

3S5. Hexry Petkks Giluekt (John H. Gill>?rt^'", Dtborah^^ 
FIenrif'\ JL:itri/'\ Thouia-'i^. ILnnf]^ born l(i A]n-il ISIT, in 
Gilead, Conn. ; married, 20 xVpril 184-3, Almika Elizabeth 
Scott, daughter of Abel Sylvanns and Hannah (Fall) Scott, of 
AVatertowii, X. Y. 

Mr. Gilbert has alwavs been engaged in farmini;- in Adams, 
K. Y. 

\_GiIhfrt] children lorn ix adams, x. v.: 

i. Homer William, b. 5 Aug. 1844 : m., in isOS. Celesta Adelaide 
Johnson, of Kingston. Ga. He resides in New York City. 
Children: — Benjamin Foster.h. 16 X'^ov. 1^7:3; Laura Celesta, 
b. 29 Mar. 1877. 

ii. 3L\RY Emma, b. 1 Sept. 1818; m. l;> May 1874. Henry Engine, 
son of Ezra Brockway and Sylvia Cook (Wright) Fox. b. 3 
Apr. 1816. in Adams. He served one year in the L'nion 
Army : was from 1870-84 in tlie drug business ; and from 
, 1884-8 in the clothing business; since which time he has 

not been engaged in any business, but s^iends much of his 
time in the Adirondacks for his health. Child: — Gilbert 
^G>''v ■ Henri/, h. 11 Jan. lS7i), in Adams. 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. S'-il 

3Sr,. Av.si:r P..ST GiLiJERT (Jolm II. Gill)crt^', l),:loraJ,'^\ 
II< i(i'>/-^\ lL:ni'i/'''^ TJti)/ii(i.'<\ II<nr>/)^\)iiY\\ 28 ]\[;ir('li ISIO, in 
(iilcMcl, Coim. ; died 1*J ]S'oveiiiber 1.S<]1), in Carthage, X. Y. ; 
married in Carthage, 20 July IS-iS, ^Miriam S. BLri)i>, daughter 
of ,)()se[)h C. and Susanna (Catl'een) Jjiidd, ])Oi"n 22 [Marcli 
1S24, in Cartilage. Avliere she at present resides. 

Mr. Gilbert turned most of his attention to the dry goods 
Itusiness. He was also postmaster of Carthage for some years. 

\_Gilhe/'t'\ CHILDREN i>oi;n in cAiniiAGE, x. y. : 

i. Charles Augusti"s. b. 9 Mar. IS.W : d. G July 18.13. 
ii. Susanna Pennington, b. 1 Feb. 1855. 

iii. AVillia:ji Abner, b. 3 Aug. 18G0 ; is in the hard^vare bubiness 
iu Gouveneur, N. Y. 

; 387. Alkekt Bissell Gilt5ert (John H. Gilhert^'\ I)tho/-ali^^\ 

\ ffennf\ JAru'i/'', T/(oma.,\ Jfrnrf), horn 22 April 1823, in 

ICilead, Conn.; died 27 July 1887, in Adams, ]^. Y, ; married 
in Adams, 2 August 1853, Lauka J. ToT>rAN, daughter of 
Calvin E. and Charlotte (Washburn) Totman, born 11 April 
1834, in Lorraine, X. Y. She resides in Adams. 

Mr. Gilbert began the study of law with Judge T. C. Chit- 
tenden, of AVatertown, X. Y., and after being admitted to the bar 
practiced his profession in Adams until 1854, when he gave it 
up in order to engage in the clothing Inisiness with which he 
was occupied until his death. lie died of heart disease, with 
which he had been att'ected for some years. 

\_GiIhtrt'] .CHILDKEN UOKX IN ADAMS, N. Y. : 

i. Frank ARiSTARcnrs, b. 21 Feb. 1855 : d. 28 Oct. 18T5. 

ii.' John IIknry, b. 10 Oct. 1860; m. in Eutland. N. Y., 11 Oct. 
1882, Harriet, dau. of Evinette aud Eniily (Brainard) Clem- 
ents, b. 28 Apr. L8(i(). in Cape Vincent, N. Y. He resides 
in Adatas. where he has succeeded to his fathers business. 
Cliild -.—Alma, b. 28 Dec. 1884. 

388. Saeah :^[akia Tost (Sarah Gilbcrt^'\ Delornh'^, 
IIeiin/\ ]Lnr>/\ Thomas^ Ilenrfy born 18 June 181J, in 
Middle Iladdam, Comi.; died 12 ^[ay 18(](». in Westtield, 
>rass. ; was married in AVcsttield, 31 August 1830, to Syl- 
vester Gii.r.EKT Lanodon, son of Reuben and Patience 
(Gilbert) Langdon, and l»nither of Ann S. who was married 



332 CHAMPIOX GENEALOGY. 

to Kev. Edwin K. Gilbert i :^.7T), born 2 July IsU, in Hartford, 
Conn. 

'Mr. Langdon was a niercliant, first in Hartford and New 
York City, and later in Greenville, Pa. 

[Lcra/Jo/t] CHii.DKEX noii.x ix w::sTFiEr.i), mass.: 
i. Sarah Maria, b. f^ Sc-pt. 1.^3:3 : m. 5 Se^.t. isi-Jl. George Gren- 
ville Tucker, M.D., h. 21 June ls3i. in Vv'arren, Mass. He 
was graduated from Harvard Medical School in 18."i6, and 
after studying in Paris settled in Westtield in ISoT where he 
became a successful physician and surgeon. Child born in 
West field -.—Geoiye Gilbert. 
ii. Gilbert Joseph, b. 13 June 1830 : d. 1 Nov. 18-46. 
iii. Abneb Post. b. 9 Aug. 1844 : has droi.ped the name of Laug- 
don. He ni. 7 May 1879, Laura Kuight Stevens. He was 
graduated from Yale College in 1866, and from tlie flarvard 
Medical School in 1869. He served one year in the Massa- 
chusetts General Hosjntal : studied in Vienna and London : 
and was assistant surgeon of Chelsea :Marine Hospital for 
three years. In 1874 he located in Boston, Mass.. where he 
is surgeon in the City Hospital and associate editor of the 
Boston J^Iedical and SurgicnlJournal. Child •.—Laura Ethel 

3S9. Saka Makia Joxfs (Aljby ^I. Gilbert^^'^ Deljorah"^. 
IIeir>')/\ ILjn-ri/\ Thoma-^, Ilenrf), Ijorn Jnly 1S21 in 
Stockbridge, :Mass. ; was married in AVesttield, 24 :\[ay 1848, 
to Samuel Fowlek, s<.)n of Hon. James (Y. C. 1817) and Lncy 
(Donglas) Fowler, born 16 :Nuvember 1S20, in Westfield. 

ISVv. Fowler was graduated from Yale College in ISoD, and 
then attended medical loetnres in Boston, :\[ass., not with the 
intention of practicing. In 1842 he visited Europe, and after 
his return entered the Harvard Law School. From there he 
entered the law office of the late Theodore Sedgwick of Xew 
York City and was admitted to the M;issachnsetts Bar in 1845. 
His health becoming delicate, he made a voyage to Cuba, and 
on his return settled in Westfield. He has not engaged in 
active practice, but has devoted himself to his books, and has 
contributed to some of the welhknowu magazines and reviews, 
and also to Appleton's " EncyclopaMtia." Since 18(3] he has 
been Treasurer and Superintendent of tlie Wcstfield Gas Com- 
pany, which he established. He has travelled also in Europe 
and South America. 



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\ 

I [J^OwIe/'^ CinLT>TJKX HORN IN WKSTFIia.D, ^tASS. : 

fi i. Ja:mks, b. 8 May 184^J; svas giailuated from Yale S. S. S. in 

u .1868. He is a civil engineer in Duluth, Minn. 

I ii. Samukl Jones, b. '..'0 June 1851 ; was educated at Jena. Ger- 

many, and is superintendent of the gas works in Spnng- 
fiekb Mass. 

iii. GiLBiCKT, b. 1 May 18."»4 ; was graduated from Annapolis Naval 
Academy in 1S73 ; d. 22 Aug. 1874, while on duty at Spezzia. 
Italy. 

iv. Frances, b. 5 Oct. 1856. 

V. Harold North, b. 25 Feb. 1859 : m. in Exeter, N. H.. '33 Dec. 
1890. Helen, dau. of ex-Gov. Charles Henry and Sarah A. 
(Gilman) Bell, b. 7 Apr. 1848, in Chester, N. H. He was 
graduated from Harvard College in 1880, and received the 
degree of Ph.D. at the University of Bonne. Germany, in 
1886. He is an instructor in Phillips Exeter Academy. 

390. Dk. Ealph Knkklaxi. Jones (Abby ^L Gilbel•e'^ De- 
horaJi^''\ IIr,n')/\ ]Jciir>/\ ThomuJ', Ilcnm/), born 13 Jnly 
1823, in Stoekbridge, ]Mass. ; died 28 Aug-ust 1888, in Bangor, 
Maine; married in Tisbury, Tl. I., 1 Xovember 1853, Octavia 
iVjsTN Yale ]SoRrj.-, daughter of Capt. Howes and Ehvina ^lan- 
ville (Smith) Xorris, born 2 ]May 1833, in Martlia's A'ineyard, 
E. I. 

Doctor Jones was graduated from Harvard College in 1847, 
and practiced his profession in Bangor, ^le. * 

[Jones] CHILDREN : 

i. Henry Champion', b. 14 Aug. 1856, in Tisbury (Martha's Vine- 
yard), R. I. ; was graduated from Harvard in 1880. He is a 
teacher in the Boston Latin School. 

ii. Gilbert Norris. b. 19 Mar. 1862, in Bangor, Me. ; was gradii- 
ated from Harvard in 1884, and from the Medical Depart- 
ment in 1880. He is now studying in the Boston hospitals. 

iii. Ralph Kneklaxd, b. 8 Aug. 18G6. in Bangor ; was graduated 
from Maine State College iti 1886. He resides in P^iiidlay, O. 

iv. Eliot Norris, b. 4 Sept. 1874, in Bangor; is preparing for 
Harvard at the Boston Latin School. 

^ 301. WiLLiA^i Jones (Aljby ^L Gilbert^^^ Dijl>vral^. ILnnf, 

JLni-tf^^ Thomas^ ^ Ifcni'i/)^ born 21 June 1827, in Stockljridge, 
^[ass. ; married, 1st, in Ashland, Alass., 22 October ls.')2, 
('ATHKRiN'E CoRXELiA Poxp, daughter of Benjamin E. and 
Adt'Hne ]\r. (Valentine) Pond, born 22 Octol)er 1832, in Union- 
villo (Ilopkinton), ]\[ass. ; died 22 ^March 1871, in Ashland. 



334 CHAMPIOX GEXEALOGY. 

He married, 2(1 in ^Milton, ]\rass., 28 May 1872, ]\[AKTirA 
Ekkueu Jveve.s, (lauu'liier of Ca})t. Joliii and Cliarlotte M. 
(Ih-ewer) Keyes, burn 3 ^rarcli iSju, in BrcAver, Maine. 

]Mr. Jones removed from xVsldaiid to Xewtonville, ^Eass., liis 
present residence, in October, 1871. Since 1805 lie has been 
connected with tlie Dover Stam])ing' Company of Boston, Mass. 

['/one.s^ cnii.DKEN — ai,i. p.y tkk 1st maiikiage : 

i. Samuel Gilbert, b. 24 May 1859, in Ashland, Mass. ; d. 1 4 

Nov. 1878, in Newtonville, Mass. 
ii. Henry Valf.xtixe, h. 20 June 1864, in Ashland. Mass. ; was 

graduated from Amherst College in 1887. He is in business 

in Boston and resides with his father. 
iii. Eorrn Kathlkex, b. 18 Sept. ISGS, in Ashland ; was graduated 

from Abbot Academy, Andover, Mass., in 1889. 

392. Col. Charles Champion Gileekt (Charles C. Gilbert"^\ 
Dclorif/i^^, l[enrf\ Jlpnrf\ T/>om(i>^, J/cnrt/'), born I March 
1822, in Zanes\nlle. Ohio ; married in Louisville, Ivy., 4 March 
185S, Mattie J. Prathkk, dangliter of James Watson and 
Elizabeth (Cary) Pratlier. 

Colonel Gilbert was graduated from "West Point ^Military 
Academy on July 1, 1840. He served in the ]\rexican AVar a^ 
2d Lieutenant of the First Regiment U. S. Infantry. From 
1850 to 1855 he was Assistant Professor in the Department of 
Ethics and English Studies at West Point. From 1855 to 1801 
he was Captain in the First Pegiment U. S, Infantry, doing 
frontier duty in Fexas and Indian Ty. He served throughout 
the Civil War, 1801-5 ; in ^Missouri and Kentucky, 1801-3, and 
was sevei-ely wounded at the l)attle of "Wilson's Creek, August 
10, 1801. He commanded the Third C'orps, Army of the 
Ohio, as a Brigadier and Acting ]\rajor-General of U. S. Yolun- 
teers, at the battle of Perry ville, Octol)er 8, 1802. From 1803 
to 1805 he was Assistant to the J^rovost ^Marshal General for 
the Eastern Division of Pemisylvania and the States of Con- 
necticut and Pliode Island. Fr(»m 1805 to 1800 he was on 
reconstruction duty in Arkansas and Floi'ida, and from then 
until his retirement om ^Nfarch 1, 18^0, he was on fnnitler duty 
in Dakota, ^lontana, Wyoming and Coloi-ado, as Lt. Colonel 
and Colonel of tin.' Seventh Infantry. Colonel Gilbert contrili- 
uted the article ''On the Field of Perryville" in the "Century 
War Ijook.'' He resides in Chicago, 111. 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 335 

\Gllhi/-Q CIIII.DKEX: 

i. Mattif, Prathek, b. U Dec. ISoS, in Ft. Clark. Tex. : d. 4 July 
18r.9. 

ii. C'liAKi.KS; Champion, b. 17 Nov. 1839, in Louisville, Ky. : is 
a lawyer in Cliicac^o. 111. 

iii. Watso.v Prathfr. b. 9 Fell. 1861, in Ft. Cobb, I. T. ; is a stock- 
man near Ft. Yates, N, Dak. 

iv. Isabel Cass, b. 19 June 1S62, in Louisville : m. John Channing 
Gresham. 1st Lieut, of the Seventh U. S. Cavalry. Child- 
ren :—A'o//itTnK' Gilbert, b. 17 Oct. 18S3, in Ft. Yates, I. T.: 
Isabel C'/.s's, b. 24 June lS8.j. in Blacksburgh, Va. ; Louise 
Vau IJorue, h. 9 Sei)t. 1SS7, in Ft. Meade, S. Dak. 

V. Robert Prather, b. 10 Mar. 1.S04, in Louisville : d. 8 Jan. 
18S9. 

vi. Elizaretii Carv. b. 15 Mar. 1870, in Ft. Bridger, Wy. ; d. 16 
]\rar. 1S75. 

303. 3Iai:ta Louisa Gilrfrt (Charles G. Gilbert^^o, j),,. 
lora/r^'^'^, J/'/iytf'\ ILun'if^. Hioind--^', IL.irnf). horn J) Septeui- 
ber 1S23, in Zanesville. Gliio : was inaiTied in Zauesville. s 
September 1S43. to Sami'i:!. Chekvek Abuot. son of Capt. 
Epln-aiiu and Sarali iC'lieever) Al)bot, born '2 Fe]>ruarv 1S17, 
in wSaleni, Mass. : died 12 Septend)er ISTS. in Zanesville. 

Mr. Abbot was bron^i-lit M'lien an infant by his parents to 
Zanesville. Here he beeanie jM-osperons and was one of the 
first men in ()hi() to enga^-e in distilling coal oil. "Among 
other inventions he secnred the patent for an improvement in 
projectiles, by which the windage of the shot was overcome bv 
using a rawhide ])and with a ]>evelled edge around the end of 
a shot or shell driven home M'hen wet by a caji rammer. This 
was a nuirked >te.p in the advance of this ai't ; an<l is the more 
noteworthy as the only opportunities which y^x. Abbc^t had had 
for olxervation of artillery practice were c<>ntined to -tth of 
July salutes and a limited experience in the Mexican AVai". 
lie ol)tained his re>nlts by methods of reasoning, the highe>t 
order of inventive genius. 

S^Al)l)(>t\ CHILDUKX nor.N IN ZANKSVTI.r.E, OHIO : 

i. Howard Stanbury. b. 'J7 ^lay 1844: ni. in Dresden, O., '26 
June 1878. Josephine Augusta, dau. of Joseph and Ellen 
(Cass*) Adams, b. 28 Jan. 1854. He was the first to enlist of 
the body of men organized as the 78th Regiment Ohio Volun- 



• Only chiUl of Capt. Charles Cass U. S. A., a yoiinsor brotlier of Itoii. I^awis 
Cass, and oousiu of her son-in-law's arauLlmother. 



336 CHAMPION GKXKALOGY. 

i 

teer InfaTitry on October 27, ISOl, of wliieli he was made 
, Sorgt.-^Iajor, and reported to Col. U. S. Grant at Cairo. Ill, 

The regiment then went into the Fort Henry and Donelson 
campaign. After Shiloh he was promoted Lieutenant, and 
Adjutant after the capture of Memphis and Second Corinth. 
'■ ■ At the battle of Champion Hills, Miss,, .May 16, 1803, while 

I in command of his regiment, he received a shot in his left 

I ear which passed out of his neck near the spinal column. 

I He was supposed to be dead, and lay on tJie field until the 

> following day. His wound prevented his military advance- 

[ ment, and in fact did not heal for nine years. In the mean- 

time he read law and was appointed to a position in the 
examining corjjs of the U. S, Patent office. He was gi'adu- 
ated from the Columbia College Law School and was admit- 
I ted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the District of 

' Columbia on September 23, 1ST2, and on :May k/, 1880, to the 

i U. S. Supreme Court. Mr. Abbot continued the [practice of 

j his profession in Washington, carrying on a successful pat- 

ent law business, until 1883, when the eilect of the climate 
' - upon his old wound compelled him to remove to Seattle, 

■ "Wash., his present residence. The}* have no children. 

I ii. Dora Sarah, b. 5 Jan, 1847 ; is a sculptress in London, Eng. 

i iii. Charles Champiox Gh^bert. b. 23 Feb. 18.50 ; left Pittsburgh. 

■ Pa., in the fall of 1872 for a tri}» through the South "West. 
i ■ He was last heard of in Little Rock. Ark., and is supposed 
f ■ to have been murdered on account of his strong Union senti- 
• ments, 

I ■ iv, Maria Elizabeth. A,]M, (twin), b, 23 Feb, 1850: is Principal 

! and Professor of Modern Languages and Literature in tlie 

; Monrovia Ladies' College of the College of Southern Cali- 

', • foniia, 

j V. AXNA Mary, b, 16 Nov, 1852 ; m, in Wooster. O,, 25 :V[ay 1876. 

! Elmer Judson Rambo, of L)resden, O. He is a manufacturer 

! in Findlay, Ohio, Children born in Dresden : — Florence, b, 

i ■ 25 Aug, 1880 ; Bertha, b. 25 Sept. 1883. • 

j vi. George Cass, b. 18 Oct. 1855 ; d, 9 Apr, 1869, 

vii. Wyllys Sillimax, b, 8 Mar, 18.59 : is manager of the Abbot 

! Manganese ore mines near Batesville, Ark. 

! viii, Kate Gilbert, b. 15 Sept. 1864 ; is an art student in New York 

■j ' Citv. 



394. Samckl Ao.rsTrs nii,r.KKT (riiarlos C. Gilbert"'"^', De- 
borah^K ]Itni'ij^\ lleur;/^^', Thomfix', Iltnri/^'), born 15 Ang-ust 
1S25, in Zanesville. Ohio; diotl 9 June 186S, in St, Paul, 
Minn, : niarried in Zanesville, -21) June 1S54-, Elizabeth Ful- 
ton AVuEKLKR, (lanu'bter of llenjauiin and Ellen (Warden) 
Wheeler, \.n>vu "25 January 1S32, in Zanesville. She resides in 
St. Paul. 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 337 

Mr. Gilbert entered the service of the Coast Survey at tlie 
a"'e of s^eveiiieeii, and was snb-assistant and assistant from 
Mareli, 1S45, nntil liis death. ]Ie was on duty at Boston, 
Charleston, Tampa Bay, ]\Iobile, Galveston, Lake Pontehartrain, 
and the coast of ^[aine. lie was granted a leave of al)sence, 
on applicatiun of the Colond;)ian Government, to snrvey a 
route for a shi]> canal in Colombia. South America, lie was 
also o-ranted a leave of al)sence without pay to accept a com- 
tiiission in the 2-lth Regiment Ohio Yuluntcer Infantry, then 
forming at Cohnnbus, and of which he was connnissioned 
Lient.-Colonel June 1. ISGl. On the 14th of the following 
October he was appointed Colonel of the -llth Ohio Yolun- 
teers and serve<l in the Department of tlie Ohio, lie was then 
assigned to command the second brigade, third division of the 
Army of Central Kentucky until July, ls<')3. when it T)ecame 
the first bi'iirade and was stationed at Richmond. Frankfort 
and Mount Vernon. AVhile in command of the District of 
Frankfort, Ky.. he greatly distinguished himself by adjourning 
a Confederate Democratic State Convention. His brigade 
made a very rapid march to reenforce General Shackelford at 
Cundjcrland Gap, by which it forced the unconditional sur- 
render of three thousand of the enemy. The President di- 
rected a letter to be addressed to Colonel Gill)ert by the War 
Department com]dimenting him and his brigade upon this 
march and its results. His conmiand participated in all the 
operations of the xVrmy of the Ohio in East Tennessee until 
January. 1S^>4:, when his regiment decided to reenlist as veter- 
ans and was ordered to Cincinnati. The AVar Department 
decided that the reginient should be reorganized as cavalry. 
Competent medical advisers informed Colonel Gilbert that he 
would not be able to endure the exposure and fatigue of cavalry 
>ervice, arid he therefore very reluctantl}- tendered his resigna- 
tion, which was accepted A]n-il '20. ISiU. in March, IS^Kk the 
brevet rank of Brigadier (4enei-al was conferred upon him for 
meritorious services. In the following Xovendter Secretary of 
^^tate William II. Seward a})pointed him to the survey of the 
Afagdalena River in Colombia, as the best representative of the 
United States Coast Survey. After an absence of six months 
lie returned to his old position which he held until his death. 



338 CHAMPIOX GENEALOGY. 

l^GiUjerf] ciiildkex bok.n ix zanksvii.lk, onio : 
i. Warden Wheklek. b. 31 May 1855 ; was educated at Ripon 
College. Wisconsin, and d. :3y Mar. 1SS5. in San Diego, Cal. : 
unmarried. 
ii. CiiAKLES SiLUMAX. l). 2 Apr. 1S58 : m. in Minneapolis, :Minn., 
28 Sept. 1887, Alexandra Milligan. He was educated at 
MacAllister College. ^linncapolis, and is in the real estate 
business in Los Angeles, Cal. Child:— Mar ya ret Elizabeth. 
b. 15 Sept. 1888. 
iii. Cass. b. 24 Nov. 1859: m. in AlihvaukMe. Wis., 20 Nov. 1887. 
Juiia Tappan Finch. He was educated at MacAllister Col- 
lege, tlie Boston School of Technology and in Europe, and is 
an architect in St. Paul, Minn. Child :~E,nilu Finch, h. IG 
I Dec. 1>>88. » 

■ iv. Wyllys, b. IS :Mar. lSf>2 : d. 28 Feb. 1863. 

■; , V. Samuel, ii. 5 Feb. 18G5 : is with the Mather Electric Light Co. 

; in St. Paul. Minn. 

; 395. Makv SiU'i.iiA Gil[;ki:t (Cliarle-^ C. Gill)ert^'"'', Dchoruh^''^. 

Ilenrif', IItnr>f\ HiohinK\ Jfrii/-if). hnvn :] Dt'cemher is:',], 

■ in Zane^viile, Oliio ; was married in Zancsville, 2S Xovember 
; 1S54:, to Major Jeffehson Van IIorxe, U. S. A., .-on of Gen- 
\ eral I.'iaac" ami Dorothy \a\\ Iloriie. lioni -11 April l^rt2. near 
j riiiladclpliia. Pa.: died :2^ Se})tember 1>.")7, in AllaKjiierqae. 
\ Is. Mex. His widow resides in Cliicag-o, 111. 

: ' Major Van ilorne was g-raduated fruiii AVcst Point Aeadeniv 

j' ' and was prouioted 2d Lieutenant in tlie Third Infantrv. He 

1 served on frontier duty at Jefferson Ban-acks. Mo., 1S27-0 ; 

\ Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.. 1S20 ; Jeff"er.-on Barracks au'ain from 

I • 1829 to 1S3U ; on Red Eiver, al)0Ut Xatchitoches. La., 1830-1 ; 

I . Ft. Towson. I. T., 1831-2 ; commissary duty on emigration and 

]:■ subsistence of the Indians, Se]itend)er 10, 1832, to July 5. 

{;. 1839, during which time ('A])r. 1, 183r;) he was promoted First 

!'- Lieutenant: at ^Vashington, J). C„ ls:39-4t>; Captain Deceni- 

[I ber 1, 1810; in the Florida "War against the Semiuoles, 1810-2 : 

t' in garrison at Yx. Stanbury. Fla., 1^12-3; on sick leave in 

Europe, L813-1: ; on frontier duty at Ft. Jesup, La., 1844-5 ; in 

the military occupation of Texa,-, 1845-G : in the recruitino- 

service at Xew Orleans. Ls4t;-7: in the ^fexican War. LS4T->>, 

taking part in the prominent encounters and holdinij the rank 



* He wiis a native of Penns.rlviinia, and an oflicer in the Revolution. He removed 
to Zancsville in lS<y,. having been appointed Receiver of Public Monej- bj- President 
Jefferson, and was Adjutant General of Ohio in the War of 1S12. 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY 



339 



of a liokl officer of tlie Third Iiifaiitrv. He was promoted 
r.revet ^^lajor Auu-u.st 20, IS47, for gallant behavior at the l)at- 
tle of Contreres and Chernbusco, and took part in the storming 
,.f diepultepee September 13, and in the assault and capture 
of the City of Mexico on that and the following day. He then 
went int<) garrison duty at Ea>t Paseagoula. ]^rliss. ; on frontier 
duty at San Antonio, Tex.. 'iS-fS-U. and during the latter year 
marched in connnaud of six companies of the Third Infantry 
to El Paso, a distance of TOO miles: on frontier duty at Ft. 
i>liss. Tex., 1S4:1>-51 ; at San Elginio, Tex., 1851 ; Ft. Fihnore. 
X. Mex., ls,-)l-2 ; on recruiting sei-vice at Baltimore, ^Nfd.. 
ls.'>2-l ; on frontier duty at Ft. Stanton. X. Mex., 1854-0, and 
at Albuquerque, 1850-7. 

[Vcn Ilorne] cuild hokx in it. stantox, n. mkx. : 
i. Lewis Cass, b. 4 Dec. ISOo : d. 2'3 Nov. 1S80. 

390. Lieut. Fkedkimok Asa Ikvcox, U. S. X., (Lvcrdia^^\ 
/.}>^7>///v////7?'.v*"', JI<hrif\ Jl'n/'i/^^\ Th(>ii(<i><\ ILnrif), l>orn 15 
October 1812, in Litchtield, Conn.; lost at sea off Cape Horn, 
1 ]Mav 1839 ; married in Canterlniry, Conn., 7 Septeml»er 
1S37, his second cousin Sakau Aunkld Hakkis. daughter of 
Dr. Andrew and ^Mary Esther (Cleaveland) Harris, and grand- 
daughter of Gen. ^Nloses and Esther (Champion (338V) Ck-ave- 
land, born 3<) X^ovember 1817, in Canterbury ; died 25 April 
1843, in Xorwich, Conn. 

Frederick Asa J3acon was sent at the age of twelve years to 
the school of Simeon Hart in Farmington, Conn., to prei)are 
for Yale College. AVhik' at sckool he met with an accident to 
his head while out skating, and it was thought best for him to 
irive up study for a time and lead an open air life. On July 
14, 1829. he shipped on board the ('Kiiilrtn. Capt. Ilemw L. 
Ohamplin, for London. After making two voyages, in July. 
1n:U, he >hipped on board the ship ('(Uui'lc, on l)oard of which 
lie spent several months. Mr. Bacon, although entirely recov- 
ered, was l»econiing much attached to a sail.u-'s life, >o altan- 
doning the idea of going to college he entered the L. S. >iavy, 
"U Mav 25, 1832, as a n)idshipman on board the schooner 
r'orpiiUp. He renuiined on her until August 21, 1834, when 
!i<' was tran>fei-red to the shij) Erie. Commander John Perci- 



340 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

val, with orders to ci-uise to the Ihazillian coast. On Aiurust 
10, lbo5, iSlv. Bacon was appointed to tlie frigate Constttvfion, 
Comma nder Jesse D. Elliot, and at fonr oVdock in tlie after- 
noon the squadron, consistinii; of the frigates Consititytion, 
Dduvare and PiAomac, tlie sloop John Achima, and the 
scliooner Sl>arl\ sailed for Mediterranean ports. The squad- 
ron arrived at Gil)ralter uii September 13th and at Minorca on 
the lOtb, where ^Mr. Bacon was transferred to the ^harli on 
October 23d. On March 13, 1S3C, he was transferi'cd to the 
John Adams, and remained on her until the squadron returned 
to Xew York. 

In 1S3S the United States sent out an expedition under 
Lieut. Charles Wilkes to explore tlie southern seas. The ves- 
sels which composed the expedition were the Y'lneennes, Pea- 
cock, Poi'jjoi.xc, Pdirj\ Fhjl.ng-Fish and Sea- Gull. The lat- 
ter v.-as commanded by Passed-]\ridsliipnien James "W. E. Eeid 
and Frederick A. Bacon, and her crew numbered tifteen. The 
expedition sailed from Hampton Roads, Ya., on Auo-ust 19, 
183S. On April L>Sth of the following year, the tender Sea- 
Gall in company with the tender Fiijin<j-Ftsh left Oran2:e 
Harbor. At midnight the Sea- Gull was last seen. " Shortly 
afterwards, it began to blow in strong squalls, and rapidlv in- 
creased to a gale ; by half-past eight of the 29tli, it was ' blowino- 
furiously.'" The Fhjhuj-Fish ran for a harbor, and tinally 
succeeded in reaching Orange Bay, where she anchored and 
rode out the remainder of the gale, which continued with vio- 
lence until the morning of ]\[ay 1st. Meanwhile great anxietv 
was felt for the safety of the Sea-Gull, and as soon as the ijale 
abated a diligent search for her was begun ; but although everv 
endeavor was made, nothing was ever learned of the fate of the 
vessel or lier unfortunate crew. 

Lieutenant Wilkes in writing of the event says, •' How. or in 
what way, disaster liappened to licr, it is impossible to conjec- 
ture. 1 had the greatot coiitideuce in the otlicers who had 
charge of her; tliey were both well acquainteil with the man- 
agement of the vessel. Their loss and that of the vessel, were 
a great disadvantage to the expedition, which was felt bv me 
during the remainder of the cruise, these vessels beiiii;- well cab 
eidated for tlie southern seas, particularly in the low latitudes, 
though much exposed in boisterous weather. They were prin- 



CHAMPION GEXEALOCrY. 341 

('i])ally intended to be engao-ed witli the l)oats in surveying; o])- 
erations and were ^vell adapted to that service. 

^Messrs. Eeid and J^>aeun were among tlie most })romising 
yonng officers in the squadron, and 1 was extremely well satis- 
tied with the performance of their duty in tlic vessel. I^oth oi 
these young officers brought with them into the expedition a 
high character, and, during the short period which they were 
attached to it, they n-ere distinguished foi- their devotedness to 
tiie arduous service in which we were engaged. Their deport- 
ment was that of ardent and zealous officers, and of upright 
and correct gentlemen." 

TUE A^rEUrCAX EXSUiN. 

Composed b.V Frederick A. Racoa on board the Schooner Porpoise,— at Sea, Lat. 
2-t^— 15' X., Lono-. 89"-2(j' W. October 15, 1833. 

Briglit banner, all glowing with hues of the sky. 

There's naught to the soul of tlie freeman more fair ; 
No object more dear to his fond gazing eye. 

Thau the rich stars aud stripes mingling gloriously there. 

Proud banner of light, when thy merciless foes 

Against tliee by thousands are darkly arrayed. 
Thy friends when thou wan"st shall redouble their blows. 

And thy enemies shrink from thy brightness dismayed. 

Bright emblem of triumph and hope to the brave, 

While freemen to thee shall fidelity vow. 
Thy stars shall illumine their spirits, and wave 

Qnsullieil and honored for ages as now. 

Then here do we swear by each bright stripe and star, 

The hues of thy glory undimmed to maintain. 
To watch o'er thy honor in peace and in war. 

Thy beautiful summons shall not be in vain. 

[IJaCOn'] CHILD BOEX IX CAXTERHUKY, COXX. : 

1. Frederick Asa, b. 16 Oct. 1838. 

307. IIox. Fkaxcis Bacox (Z'/(W^/t<^'', Ej^'ypJiroditu.T''^, ILa- 
rif\ II>^n,nf\ ThomafT', Jlenn/), born G January ISll). in 
Litclitield, Conn. ; died 10 September 1849, in Litchtield ; mar- 
ried in Salisbury, Conn., T July 1S43, Elizaketh Siiei.dox 
J>LTc[[ER, daughter of Capt. liuloff and Lucinda (ITowe^ 
Dutcher, born 10 ^Nlay 182."), in North Canaan, Conn. She was 
married, .second, in Hartford, Conn., in 18.-)5, to Hon. Lewis 
Carr, of Philadelphia, Pa., late colonel in the jNEexican War, 



342 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

by wlioiii s]\c luul n(» cliildivii, ami died 9 Octol)cr IS'tT, in 
New York City. Slie lies l)uried in Litcditield. Mr. C;irr 
died in 1SS5, in London, iLnglaiid. 

Francis Ijacon prepared for college at the school of Joseph 
E. CogsAvell in Xort]iaHij)ton. ^lass., and at Dillingliani's Acad- 
emy in Pittstield, ]\[ass. lie enteri'd Yale College in Septem- 
ber, ISo-t, and was gniduatt-d in ls3s. He then began the 
study of law undicr the direction (»f the lion. Qj'igen S. Sey- 
mour, of Litchfield, and was admitted to the bar of his native 
county in IS-IO. h\ 1S42 he estaldished himself in the city of 
Lancaster, Pa., and conmienced the ])ractice of his profession. 
Although still a young man. during the three years of his con- 
nection v.-iih the Lancaster Bar, he distinguished himself as an 
advrx-ate, and won an enviable reputatioTi by his talents and suc- 
cess. Under the efficient patronage of the Hon. Thaddeus Ste- 
vens, a gentleman holding a very high rank among the jurists 
and statesmen of Pennsylvania, his ))rofessional and political 
prospects were most brilliant. His oidy surviving brotli^er 
dying in 18-1-5, his filial affection induced him to turn away 
from these flattering expectations and I'eturn to his birthplace, 
that he might be the ])rop and solace of the declining years of 
his parents. Here in a nan-ower field he re-commenced the 
practice of lav*- ; l)ut l)lessed with a fine person, a commanding 
voice, a winning manner; and being a good heIIt-9 lefffes 
scliolar, an acute lawyer, and a prompt and impressive speaker, 
he experienced such rapid sticcess and promotion in profes- 
sional, military and political life, as are in his native state, per- 
haps, without a precedent. At the Connecticut Bar his inter- 
course with his legal lirethren was highly lionorable and affable, 
and liis courtesy and res])ectful bearing in cciurt rendered him 
a peculiar favorite w'\t\\ the bench. 

AVhen the Comiecticut ^[ilitia was reorganized in L's-tT he 
was apjtointed 3Ia}or (ieneral, at the age of twenty-eight, the 
youngest man. Ijy many years, who has attained this high 
military rank ; an important office, which he sustained with 
great credit to himself and to the Comm(.>nu'ealth. During 
two successive sessions of the Legislature, those of 1847 and 
1848, he was chosen First Clerk of the House of Representa- 
tives; and in the spring of 1840 he was elected to the State 



CHAMPIOX GENEALOItY. 343 

Senate l>v an unparalleled ])hiralit_v of votes. In the discharge 
of his legislative duties he was sincere and ardent, ])ut ever 
courteous in hisuianuers ; while ni) i)olitical asperity embittered 
the intercourse of his pi-ivate life : hence he enjoyed the respect 
and kind regards of all. lie was the youngest member of the 
Senate, yet his cpiick perception of truth and character, his 
retentive memory, his ready and discriminating judgment, 
his practical tact, his,tl<)wing eloquence, and his conservative 
course, secured fur him an intluence much l)eyond his years — 
an influence which was much felt in several important acts of 
legislation. 

"' Thus fast and thickly did honors cluster uj^on a man who 
had not yet com])leted- his thirtieth year. ^S' or was this the 
ajiparent summit of his ])(_ilitical eminence, since it was the 
universal conviction, not only of his friends, but likewise 
among his oppr)nents. that there was ut) office in the gift of his 
native state, which he would not sooner or later occupy." — 
[/>/'. F'(Ih'r'-'< t'lJiu/'oJ. oration.'] 

Tlie funeral of (-ieneral Bacon was held from St. ^fichaers 
Ciitirch. Litchtield. of whose vestry he was clei'k at the time 
of his deatli. and \\as attended by re])resentatives <>f judicial, 
military, political ami civic bodies from all parts of the state. 
The funeral discourse was preached by liev. Dr. Samuel Fuller, 
rector of St. Michael's. His own military company, the Litch- 
lield Union Blues, from that time on known as the Bacon 
Guard, acted as escort. The interment was in the family lot in 
' the East Jjui'ying-gr<.)und. 

\^Ba('<yn] child born in laxcastkr, pa. : 
423. i. Kathkrine, b. 18 Apr. 1S44 ; m. Thomas R. Trowbridge. 

31>S. !Mauy Gleason De:mix(; (Frederick Deming'"'', J^'^rofluf"^, 
JInir>/^\ ILhi'i/", ThoinoJ', Jlen/'y^), born S ^Lay l^l.■», in Litch- 
tield, Conn.; died 21 Xovembcr ISSS, in Brooklyn. X. Y. ; 
was married in Brooklyn. 12 May 1S4(5, to Sir)NKY (tukex. son 
of Capt. Ilichard and Sally (Webb) Green, born 2 Jamiary 
ISll, in East lla<ldam. Conn. ; died 20 January ISTS, in 
Brooklyn. 

]\[r. G-reen was a merchant and cotton liroker in Xew "^'ork 
Citv and re.'-ided in Ih'ooklvn. 



344: CHAMPION' gp:xeai.ogy. 

[Green'] ciiii.dkkn borx in Brooklyn, x. v. : 

i. Mary Deming, b. 6 Feb. 1818. 

ii, Frederick Demixg, b. 3 July 18.j0 ; in. 15 Oft. 1878, Helen, 
dau. of Dr. Richard Tyler and Alletta A. (Hulst) Cliatfee, of 
Brooklyn, formerly of Windsor Locks, Conn. They reside 
in Thompson, Conn. Children born in Ilackensuck. N. J. : — 
Helen Alkita, b. 10 Nov. IST'J : Florence Louisa, b. 17 Nov. 
1884. 

iii. Ella Champion, b. 8 May 1853. 

iv. Clara Lavinia, b. 28 Dec. 1855 ; d. same day. 

V. Sidney, b. 19 Doc. 185G ; resides in Brooklyn. 

399. Sarah Ellkn Deming (Frederick Deming''^', Dorotlof^^. 
lh:nnf\ IL:nr>f\ Thomas^, Ilenri/^), born 14 July 1S-2S, in 
Litcliliekl, Conn. ; died 10 Jannary ISSy, in ]S[oiTist(nvn, X. J. : 
^vas married in Brooklyn, ^\ Y., -t Xovenibcr 1S52, to Kev. 
James Leonard Corxixg, son of Edward and Elizabeth Cow- 
dry (Stebbins) Corning. 1>orn 21 Angnst 1S28, in Alljaiiy, X. Y. 

Eev. Mr. Corning resides in Canulen, X. J. 

\_Corh'ing~] childrex : 

i. James Leonard, b. 20 Aug. 1855, in Stamford, Conn. : m. in 
Morristown, N. J., 12 May 1883. Julia, dau. of Augustus and 
Mary Elizabeth (Bolles) Crane, of Morristown, b. 23 June 
1854, in New York City. Dr. Corning was educated in Ger- 
many, where he resided twelve years. He was graduated 
with honor from the University of Heidelberg, and has 
already attained distinction both in the practice and in the 
literature of his profession. 

ii. Frederick C1le.\.son, b. 27 Mar. 1857. in Brooklyn. N. Y. : 
went abroad at the age of thirteen, and after studying in 
French and German schools was graduated December 1. 1879. 
with the degree of Alining and Metallurgical Engineer from 
the Koyal Mining Academy of Freilierg (Saxony), Germany, 
and then returned to the United States. He has had ten 
year.s* practice in the States and Territories from the Atlan- 
tic to tlie Pacific Coast : also in Central and South America. 
Canada, and several ex]ieditions in Euro})ean countries. He 
is a member of the American Institute of Mining Engineers : 
is the founder and President of the U. S. Finance Co. and of 
the American Exjdoring Co., and Director in the Julien 
Electric Traction Co. At times he is a correspondent of the 
Scientific American and other periodicals. His " Papers from 
the Notes of an Engineer," 8vo. pp. 113. appeared in 1889. 
and a description and views of the " Corning Concentrator" 
J will be found in that volume. He is also a member of tlie 

Lotus and other clubs in New York Citv. 

iii. Ellen De.min(}. b. 20 July 18(33, in Poughkeepsie. N. Y. 



CHAMPION GEXEALOGY. 345 

400. Fredf.rick I)?:mixg (Frederick Demiiig^", Dorothif^, 
Ilenr>/\ Jlenri/^, T}«>m<is^, Ilcnt'tf)^ born 30 ()etol)ei- ISoi!, in 
].itehtield. Conn. ; married in East Jladdani, Conn., 31 March 
1800, Emma Louisk Jo.nks, dauuiiter of Geori-'e AV. and Cl(.>- 
rinda Buchanan (Ilallock) Jones, born 3 October ls.:)<>, in East 
Iladdani. 

Mr. Deniing after travellino- extensively in Europe ha.> made 
Litchfield Ids permanent residence, lie is a cultivated musi- 
cian and an accomplished linguist. 

\^De)n!.n<j\ CHILDREN BORN IN LITCHFIErj). CoNN. : 

i. Clarissa Champion, b. 18 Mar. 1872. 

ii. Frederick, b. 9 Se])t. 1873. 

iii. Dudley Brainard, b. 8 Oct. 1874. 

iv. Ei4ZAiiETH. b. V2 Apr. 1884. 

V. John Hallock, b. •■?4 Sept. 1887. 

401. Julia Champion Deming (Frederick Deming'"'"-, TJoro- 
tJnf^, JLrary'^, mnnf\ Thoma>i\ IIenrf\ born "l :\larch 
1830, in Brooklyn, X, Y. ; died 8 August 188S, in Brooklyn : 
was nuirried in Brooklyn, 10 May ls.">;i, to John Taylor Sher- 
man, son of Charles and Jessie (Taylor) Siierman, burn !<> 
Xovember 1S31, in Sntficld, C'onn. 

Mr. Sherman went to Xcm- York City in 1S4T and entered 
the im])orting business in which he has since continued. He 
and liis family reside in Brooklyn. 

\^8}ierriia)\\ children B(jrn in rrooklyn, n. y, : 

i. Charles Austin, b. 24 June 18G2. 

ii. Alice, b. 28 Apr. 1864 ; in. in Brooklyn. 21 Oct. 1890. Charles, 
son of Joseph H. and Emma (!MeKee) Adams, and grandson 
of Dea. Charles Adams (see No. 403). b. 7 May 1^04. in Terry- 
ville. Conn. He was graduated from Yale College in 1887 
and is in business in New York City. They reside in 
Brooklyn. 

iii. Gertrude Mary, b. 5 May 18(i7. 

iv. Nellie Deming. b. 21 Oct. 18G9. 

V. Frederick Demino. b. 23 Feb. 1872. 

vi. Jessie Taylor, b. .") Jan. 1882. 

4<i2. Dr. AVilliam Deming (William Dcniing*', iJomfhif^-'^ 
JL.'hj'i/\ IL nr>f\ Thninii.-^'^ H>nr>f), born 1**> March 1>33. in 
Eitchtield, Conn.; married in Litchfield (^now Morrisj, 1> De- 



346 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

ccniljcr 1S5S, ]Maky Benton, dauglitcr of Horatio and Juliaett 
(Weed) Benton, born :is November 1835, in ]\rorri.s. 

Doctor I^euiinL!: wa^ gra(hiated from the Medical Department 
of Yale C'olleo-e .January 7, lSr)(>. He went to Lenox, Mass., 
in February, 1S5S, where he practiced medicine for about nine 
veai-s. In 1807 lie returned to Litclitield, where he has since 
been oecu[)ied with his in-ofe^sional duties, Avith the exception 
of one year passed in Ilartbird. Doctor Deming lias lield 
numerous offices of trust in his native town, and was President 
of the Connecticut ^Nfedical Society in 1881-2. 

yDemiu'l^ CHILOKEN nORN IN LITCHFIELD, CONN, t 

i. William Champiox, b. 1 Sept. 1862 : was graduated from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City in 
1884, and from December of that year until Jmie. 1880. he 
was in the New York Hospital. In 188? he entere<l uiiou liis 
professional duties at tt.e Slate Emigrant Hospital on Ward's 
Island. New York City. He remained there until June. 1890. 
M'hen he removed to Westchester, N. Y., where he is now 
practicing Iiis yjrofession. 

ii. Adelaidk. b. 12 Dec. 18'] 1. 

iii. Charlotte. 1). 23 Mar. l8r»S. 

403. Charles Julius Du^iiNt; ( WilHam Deming^^*\ T)o/'ot/n/^\ 
JIen,'if\ llenrif\ Thoma.f, JL:nr>/\ born l(i.\ugust 1838. in 
Litchfield, Conn. ; married in Danbury, Conn., 7 Xovember 
1867, Anna White, daughter of Xelson Lloyd and Sarah 
(Booth) AVhite, born 1 October 1810, in Danbury. 

yiw Doming enhsted August 10, 18<>1, in Company I, First 
Regiment Connecticut Heavy Artillery, and was mnstered in 
the 7th of the foll(.»wing Xovcmber. lie M'as ])roui()ted Ad- 
jutant in the Second Connecticut Heavy Artillery on Sep- 
tember 11, 18<!2, and was honorably discharged on July 30, 
18r»3. ]\rr. Iteming retains LitchtieKl as his residence and 
passes much of his time in that village. 



I ! ,. 



\^I)em'uuj\ CHILD nouN in danuuey, conn.: 
i. Nelson Lloyd, b. 21 Nov. 18()8 : was graduated from the Shef- 
field Scientific Scliool of Yale College in 1890. He is study- 
ing medicine in New York City. 

401. Charlotte Deming (William Deming^^^ Doi-otln/'-^^ 
lTenr]f\ He.nrf'. Tho,aas\ iimrf). born 20 September 1810. 



CIIAMnON GKNEALOGY. 3-47 

ill Litelitield, Conn. : was niarricl, 1st, in Litelitield, IT Jinie 
ls♦»:^ to Ja:\[ks IIiMi'iiuEV, son of James and Urania (Battell) 
Ihim})lirey. and lu-otlier of Anna B. wlio M-a>: married to 
Clarence Deming- (4iM!), born 3 December ]S-'5S, in l>r(t<»klyn, 
N. Y. ; died Tt Xovember 18<)S, in Litchfield. She was married, 
•2(\, in Litchiield. 10 January ISTo. as second wife, to Euknezek 
LkIJoy Fekky,"' bi-dther of Gen. Orris S. j''erry, born 13 
.Tannary 1^2i>. in IV^tliel. Conn. 

Mr. Humphrey bc^'an editing' the Litchtie'd EiKj^i'rrei' on 
October 13, l^.")!.*. He was an exti-emely l)rii:-ht, caustic writer, 
and edited that paper with skill throui-'hiait the war. During 
hi>< numagement the circulation Ava.s much increased and tlie 
size was enlarged fi'om twenty-four to twenty-eight cohimns. 
On April 13, L-^Co. .\Lr. llumpln-ey .-old out his interest in the 
paper, bur continued to reside in Litchfield until his death. 

Ml'. Ferry is in no active business. They reside in New 
Yoi'k City and Litchfield. 

[7/^///?y>///v //] cuitd: 

i. James, b. 11 Aug. 1864. in Litclifield, Conn. : m. in New York 
City. 17 Mar. 1S84, Augusta Xewton. of that cit\-. Child :— 
Janie.^, b. 24 Dec. 1886, in New York City. 

[_/'t/7'y] CHILDKEX : 

ii. Anna Champion, b. 12 July 1876, in Litchfield. 

iii. Charlotte LeKoy, b. 2 June 1880, in New York City. 

4o5. Julius Deminc; (AVilliam Deming'"', Dorotlnf^^ IL nnf\ 
Jh)}fi/\ Tlwnuis^^ Ilennf), born \:^ October l>^li\ in Litch- 
field, Conn. ; married in Litchfield, 1 Septend^er 1S70, Fran- 
ces Dei;<:>rah Adams, daughter of Deacon Charles (see Xo. 
401. ii.) and Julia (Ilimnau) xVdams, born 19 Xoveml)er 1S4T, 
in Litchfield. 

Mr. Denting represented his native town in the State Legis- 
lature in Ls73. and has also acted as its postmaster. lie resides 
in Litchfield. 

[/A'/y^/'/^y] CHILD BOi:X IX LITCHEIELD, COXX. : 

i. JuLLv Adams, b. 1-2 Aug. 1871. 



* His first wife wa^ Sarali White, of Daiibury, Conn., by whom he hud two duut'li- 
tors both of wh(jru ilicd yoiiii<r. 



34S CHAMPION GEXEAI.OOV. 

400. Clarknce Demixo (William l)einin,ir^', Doi'ofhif^\ 

\ lfr„rir\ Jhyiirif\, ThoniaJ\ lleui'ih, l>or]i 1 October 1S4S. in 

\ Litehiield. Conn. ; niaiTicd, 1st. in Brooklyn, ^'. Y., 10 Xoveni- 

I ber isTO, Axxa Batteli. IIr>[i'nKEY, daughter of James and 

! Uraida d'attell) llumpliroy, and sister of James who married 

i Charlotte Deming (4o4), who died 3 December ISSO, in Brook- 

I lyn. He married, 2d, in New Haven, Conn., lO Jnne ISS^I. 

■ ilAKY Bryant AVhitixo, daughter of Xathan C. and ^NCary 
I Stone (Bryant) AVhiting, born S July 1S53. in Xew Haven. 

I Mr. Deniino- during early life was educated in Litchfield and 

i at the a^e of fifteen years went to the •* Gunnery School "' in 

i Washington, Conn., completing his preparation for college at 

I the Hopkins Grammar School, Xew Haven, four years after. 

! In the summer of ISHT he entered Yale College in the Class 

I of IS 71. An accident on the ])all-field at Waterbury, Conn., 

' in the vear ISO!) followed by prolonged sickness compelled him 

■ to lose his class and to graduate with the Class of 1^72. Dm-- 
I ing colleo-e life he was active in athletics, for two years Captain 
I of the University Xine, in his Senior year an editor of the 
I Yale Covrant and was graduated with the stand of an - Ora- 
\ tion." 

I Three weeks after graduation he accepted an appointment 

'. ^ as associate editor of the Troy (X. Y.) WM<j, a position which 

; he filled for eight months, leaving it to take a graduate course 

1 at Yale. In the autumn of 1S73 he filled for several months 

I the place of night editor of the X\nv Haven Palladium. In 

I Februarv, 1S74. he accepted the a])pointment of assistant news 

I editor of the Xew Y'ork Ki^enhuj Post, joining editorial writ- 

1 ino- with the other duties of that place. In ISSl he became 

travelling correspondent of the Ecening Post, a capacity m 
which he visited England, the Continent, Xewfoundland, Cu1)a, 
the lower ^Mississippi, and Ireland where he wrote letters to the 
; Evening Post during the " outrages " of 1SS2. Selections of 

the correspondence from various countries were afterwards 
i printed by the Butnams in a volume : '' Byways of Xature 

j and Life," Svo. pp. 3S3, which appeared early in 1SS4. In 

that vear Mr. Deniing became the editor of the Xew Haven 
Morniny Xcirs, a position which he held with brief intermis- 
sion for several vears succeeding. In the autinau of 1SS7 he 



CHAMPIOX GENPLYLOGY. 340 

(Iropped active journalism to engage in literary work which he 
ha-s since fulluwed. His home is ^'ew Haven where he writes 
for several Xew York payiers and not unfreqnently contributes 
articles to the magazines. 

\^1)lii\Ii\<j\ cnii.i)i;p:N — all uy tiik 12i) marriage: 

i. 3Iary Whiting, b. 14 Apr. 18S7. in New Plaven, Conn, 
ii. Robert Champion, b. 4 June 18.S8, in New Haven. 

407. ]\[ary Dkmixg Perkins (Clarissa Deming'^ Doroilnf^, 
lLnry-\ Iltnrf\ TJiorjw.s\ nevri/\ born IT March 1S24, in 
Xorwich, Conn. : was married in Litchfield, Conn., 13 June 
1850, to Rev. James Masox Hoppi.v, D.D., son of Col. Ben- 
jamin and Esther Phillips (Warner) Iloppin, born IT January 
1820, in Providence, P. I. 

Professor Iloppin was graduated from Yale College in 1S40, 
and from the Harvard Lavr School in 1842. lie then entered 
Union Theological Seminary, Xew York City, where he studied 
until 15^44, when he entered the Andover Theological Semi- 
nary where he was graduated with the degree of ]].D. in 1845. 
The following vear he began a course of study in the Theolog- 
ical Department of the University of Berlin, under the great 
teacher ^seander whose intimate friendship he enjoyed. After 
taking his degree from that institution hi 1847 he travelled 
extensively in Europe and the East. He was ])astor of the 
Congregational church in Salem, Mass., from 1850 to 1859, 
and then travelled for fifteen months in Europe. He was pro- 
fessor of homiletics and pastoral theology in Yale College from 
18G1 to 18T9, also acting as pastor of the college, 18G1 to 
1863, and as lecturer on forensic elorpience in its L'aw School, 
18T2 to 1.S75. Since 1870 he has been professor (jf the history 
of art in Yale College, and also taught homiletics in bunion 
Theological Seminary after the death of Doctor Adams. 

Profes>or Ibtppin is the author of "]S'otes »»f a The<jl(>gical 
Student," b'*^54 : •• Old England : its Art. Scenery and People," 
18G7, Tenth Edition, 1800 : - Othce and AVork of the Christian 
Ministry, ls09; "Life of Pear-Admiral Andrew Hull Foote," 
1ST4; "Memoir of Henry Armitt Brown,'' 1880; " H(jmilet- 
ics," 18S1, Second Edition. I'-i^^o ; "Pastoral Theology." 1884; 
the two latter being re-written divisions oi his " OfHce and 
^Vork." 



350 CHAMPION GEXEALOGY. 

\_JTop2'>i n'] nriLDKKX borx in sALE^r, mass. : 
i. Bknjamin, b. l") Mai-. 1><~A : was taken abroad by his parents 
in 1839 for fifteen months an<l comnjcnced the study of Latin 
witli a tutor from tlie Acadeniie Fran(^^ais. The foundation 
of his love for classical literature was laid at this early age 
in Paris and Rome. lie prepared for college at the Hopkins 
Grammar School, Isew Haven, and entered Yale College in 
ISfJS. He took the Woolsey Prize in Ids Freshman year, and 
in his Junior year the record of "Appointments" places 
him tirst in liis class. For the benefit of his health ho spent 
most of this year in the south of England and in Italy. lie 
reentered his class and was graduated in 18Ti. standing fifth 
on the "List of Scholarships'' even after the disadvantage 
of combining the studies of two years in one. He went 
al>road at once and became a student at the L'niversity of 
F>erlin. carrying on liis favorite Greek studies under Prof. 
Ernst Curtius. continuing them afterwards at the Univer- 
sity of Leipsig with Prof. George Ourtius; he also studied 
Latin Inscriptions with Prof. Mommsen. lie again traveled 
extensivelv in Europe, from Norway to Greece, passing- 
much time in the latter country : thence going to Egypt, 
the Holy Land and Asia Minor. In 1S75 lie was appointed 
Tutor of ^Mathematics at Yale which position he rt-signed 
after a short time. He translated from the German of 
Niebuhr '-Greek Hero Stories." which was published in 
187i). He is unmarried and resides in New Haven. 
ii. James Mason, b. IS 3Iay 1857 : was graduated from Hopkins 
Grammar School and entered Yale College in the fall of 
1876. In December. 1876, he left the class and matriculated 
at Christ Church. Oxford. England, where he took the 
degree of B.A. in 1880, receiving that of M.A. three years 
later. In 1882 he published a pamphlet entitled : •• Notes on 
Aristotle's Etliics." He is unmarried and resides in New 
Haven. 

40S. JuLiis Deming Peukixs (Clarissa Deming^^*, I)orot/ii/^'\ 
jre)U'f\ IL:nr>f\ Thoma-f. }Iennj'\ ])._)rn Iti March 1.^3(>, in 
Litchtiekl. Conn. ; married in Lireliticld. 1<! January ISGS. 
Mauoketta Warner Dotterkr, dauirliter of Davis Henry and 
Anne Enilen (Warner) Dotterer, born \'o Jnly 1S40, in Read- 
ing, Fa. 

]\lr. Perkins owns and ocenjnos the Deniing homestead on 
Korth Street, LitehtiekL He is a prominent and puhhe spirite<l 
citizen of liis native town and is at the head of several of her 
institntions. ■• ■ ■ >- 



CHAMPION gexp:alogy. 351 

[^Perkins] childrp:n horn in litchfield. conn.: 

i. EniTH HowF.i.L, b. 27 July 1^70. 
ii. JULICS Dkmi.ng. b. 4 June 1880. 

400. LucKpyriA Dkming Pkkkins (Clari^ssa Dumiiio;'"', J)nro- 
tfnf\lL'nri/\]Inrr}f, Th(nnas\ Ilrm'}/'), b(^rii S July 1S32. 
in Litchfield, Conn.; died 27 DeccniT)L'r ISSo, in Litelitield ; 
M'as married in New York City, lMJ ]\[ay lS(il, a^ >ee()nd wife, 
to John "Williams QriNcv,"-'" son of John AVillianis and Al>ii;-ail 
(Atkins) Quincy. ]»orn 8 Fehruary ISJo, in Portland, ^le. ; 
died 21 January lS.s.3, in Xew York City. 

Mr. Quincy after heini;- oraduatcd with honors from the 
schools of Boston, ]\Iass., tlie home of the family for numv 
o-eneration-;, followed a business career, entering the house of 
Homes and Homer. Later he removed to Xew York City 
and connected himself with the late John A. Daveuiiort, the 
tirm becomino; JJavcnport and Quincy ; and again still later 
Quincy and Delapiei're, and finally John AV. Quincy and 
Com{)any. 

]\rr. Quincy was a man of fine personal appearance, of cordial 
maimers, and the inheritor of remai'kable energy and decision 
of character. Ho gave liis time and means liberally to chari- 
ties at home and abroad ; and in his religious life, which was 
of large breadth and benevolence, he endeared his memory to 
the j)Oor. 

Mrs. Lucretia D. Quincy lies Iniried in the (Quincy lot in 
Forest Hill Cemetery, near Dorchester, ]\Iass. The inscription 
on her monument says that " Her youth was one of rare loveli- 
ness. Her married life was spent in the Cit}- of New York, 
where her beautiful Christian character devoted to every chari- 
table work will long be held in grateful memory." 

[^Quincy'] ciiiLDULN i;ouN i\ new york city: 

i. Mary Perkins, b. 13 Jan. 18<j0. 
ii. John Williams, b. 21 Mar. isijs. 

409a. :\[ary Ik-LKELEY (Hemy BulkekV^'^. J/^oy'^ 
Iloiri/^, Ilenrf/^% 27iOi)H(.-i% Ifenry^), born 2 February 1814, 

* His first wife was Katherine Peeks Allen, of Isaw York City, by wliom he had 
one daug-hter. Katherine. [See " Trowhrkluc Gen.,'' Xo. J3J.1 



352 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

in Middle Iladdam. Cmin. : was married in East Iladdam, 
Conn,, 25 April 1S30, to IJicnAUD Sylvester Pkatt, son of 
Sylvester and Sarali (AVliite) Pratt, born 23 October 1S05, in 

I Saybrook, Conn.; died T November ISTD, in East Iladdam. 

\ Mr. Pratt was a mercbant in East Iladdam. Ilis widow 

i resides witli ber son in Qsbkosb, AVis. 

i ... ^ 

I 

I' [Praifl cniLDKEN nonx tx east nAUDAM. conn. : 

; . George ^V}^TE. b. 6 :May l^<37 : d. 28 Sept. IS38. 

i ii. Henrv Champion, b. 12 Nov. 1838 ; d. 14 Sept. 1S44. 

i * iii. George White, b. 23 Mar. 1840; ru. in Rockford, 111., 3 Dec. 

\ 1807, Mary Jennette. dau. of Isaac Carrington and Calista 

I (Gates) Bronson of Watorbury, Conn., b. 2 Feb. 1844. in 

! ^Varsaw, N. Y. He came to Wisconsin in 1871 and settled 

i in Oihkosli, engaging in the lumber business in which he is 

i still interested. He was elected Mayor of Oshkosh in 1882. 
1883, 1884 and 1890, and for the same year and also in 1888 a 
member of the County Board. He was a delegateto the 
Democratic National Conveiition at Chicago in 1884. and 

{ was elected a member of the Assembly for the session of 

I 1889-90, being in the latter year elected State Senator for a 

I - term of four years. Children ■.—Richard Bronson, h. 26 

i Nov. 186^. in Rockford. 111. : JIarij Calista. b. 24 Dec. 1870. 

j in Rockford : George ]VJiiie. h. 6 May 187.'5. in Oshkosh. Wis.. 

\ d. 13 July 1883; Emma Jennette. h. 22 May 1882. in Osh- 

I kosh ; George Syleesfcr, b. 8 May 1887, in Oshkosh. 

\ iv. Sarah Louise, b. 12 Dec. 1841; d. 11 Nov. 1844. 

I V. Jennette Herd. b. 18 May 1843 ; d. 6 Oct. 1844. 

'■ vi. Mary Champion, b. 7 Mar. 1847 : is unmarried and resides 

I with her mother in Oshkosh. Wis. 

[ vii. Sarah Louise, b. 19 Apr. 18.31 ; d. 1 Dec. 1851. 

i 

I 409b. Jennette IIuko Buekeley (Henry Biilkeley^'*'^. 

! 3la>-f^\ IL:nrif\ ITtnr>/'\ ThonwJ', ITenri/X born 2G No- 

j ■ vember 1S20, in Middle lla<ldam, Conn.; was married in 

! Brooklyn, X. Y.. IT November 1857, as second wife, to 

'': • Thomas Henky Adams,^- son of Uzziel and Clari.ssa (Lneas) 

i Adams, boi-n 10 February lsl<), in Wctlieivtleld. Conn. ; died 

11 January ISSO, in Hartford, Conn. 

]\[r. Adaurs early enprged in the marble business, learning 
; his trade in New Haven, Conn. Afterwards he moved to 

'; Hartford and went into business for himself, residing in that 

citv until his death. 



* Hid fi:st wife was HuUiaii Wellus, of Eii!>t Windsor, Conn. 



pr'- 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 353 

lAr/ams] CHILDKEX BOKN IN HARTFORD, fOXN. I 

i. Jennie Hurd, b. 31 Mar. IbOO ; d. 2 July 1^*00. 
ii. Nettie Roberts, b. 27 Sept. 1802. 

4Ci9e. Anna Auoista Bulkelky (llenvY P.iillveley^'^, 
JIyn'>^\ mnr>r', H^ynvf", Thoma^, Henrf), 1)oru ?> June 
IS^Pa in ] '.ridge water, X. Y. : was married in ]\riddle lladdam, 
Conn"., 20 Jnlv 1S51. to George Eanpai.l Roberts, son of Col. 
Amos and Sally (Kurd) rv..l.erts,^=- Lorn 27 March 1S18, in 
Brido-ewater : died 11 Jnne 1875, in Cliicao-o, 111. 

Mr. Boberts was in the Inmber hnsiness in Chicago from the . 
time of his marriage nntil his death. 

[Jioherts] chiepren born in Chicago, ill.: 
i George ^VILL1AM. b. 25 Aug. 1802 : d. 2.-) Nov. 18o2. 
ii Nettie Louise, b. 25 Nov. 1853: m. in Chicago. 6 Beb. 18.8, 
Benjamin Canibell, son of Joseph Russell and Elizabeth Ann 
(Scott) Jones, b. 12 Jan. 1852, in Galena, 111. He completed 
his education abroad. Children :-A dau.. b. 6 Feb. 1879. d. 
■ same day: Joseph RnsselL b. 6^ Nov. 1880: George Roberts, 
b 22 Mar. 18S3 ; Allan Dickson, h. 16 July 1885. 
iii George Randall, b. 22 Sept. 1859 ; ra. in Chicago. 24 Oct. 
1882, Nellie Wilkinson, b. 10 May 1801, in Chicago. He at- 
tended Rescue College, but left before completing the course. 
' Children -.-George William, b. 21 Oct. 1883, d. 13 :\lay 1884 : 
George Randall, b. 5 Mar. 1885 ; Helen Marie, b. 5 June 1887. 

410. Bev. Henry Lemuel Storrs (Henry B. Storrs^^, Bis- 
aheth^\ I/enr>/\ IIen,'>/\ T/iomas', Hen nf), horn 1 July 1811, 
in AVhitestown, X. Y. ; died 16 May 1S52, in Yonkers, X. Y. ; 
married in New York City, 20 October 183(), Elizabeth Kip, 
daughter of Leonard and :\[aria (Ingraham) Kip, horn 7 August 
1814, in New York City. She resides with her son in Brook- 
line, ^[ass. . ^^^ 

Bev. :Sh\ Storrs was o-raduated from Union College in 18;>^ 
and beo-an the study of Theology with the Bev. Henry Anthon 
at Utica. X. Y. He afterwards entered the General Theological 
Seminarv and was admitted to holy orders in 18:^>('.. His first 
charii-c was Cold Spring ; then having officiated a short time at 



^■ol Roberts was b. ITsr,, in Litchf.ehl. Co.ni., m. l^A in Mi.Mle Haadara, ^al y 
Unva and lived in Bnd,..^vutc^ and Mohawk, X. V.. u.itil ls:,s who they came o 
(;ra,Kl Rapids, Mich., when; he- d. 1ST:;, and where .he is now livui,' a^-ed o^ cr W) 
yean:.-[See Grand Rapids L'ng'c for July 3, IWU] 



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354 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

Yonker>, he accepted a call to iS^ew Hartford, X. Y. After a 
period of tluve years he Nvas invited a secoiul time to Yoiikers 
to preside over the coniri-eoation uf St. Johir.s Church and con- 
tinued its rector until his decease, eleven years later. 

[Sk'/'r.^] CHiLDiiEX : 

i. Eliza, b. 17 Apr. ISSs, in ^cw York City ; d. 24 Feb. 1«64, in 
Gardiner, Me. 

ii. M.uilA. b. 26 June isil. in New Hartford, N. Y. 

iii. Leonard Ku>. b. 4 Nov. 1S4-3, in Yonkers. N. Y.: m. 1 June 
1871, Alice, dau. of Hon. John and Mary McKie (Burgess) 
Kingsbury, b. 21 July 1844, in Providence, R. I., who d. 7 
Deer 1874!^ in Pittsfield, Mass. Ho was graduated from Trin- 
ity College. Hartford, in 1863, receiving the degree of A.M. 
three years later. From 1870-7.-) he was rector of St. Ste- 
phens Church in Pittsfield, since which time he has been 
rector of St. Paul's Church in Brookline, :Mass. Children 
bom in Pittsfield :-.l/i»a Elizabeth, b. 29 May 1873: Henrij 
EandoJph, b. 29 Nov. 1874. 

411. Hon. William Champion Sn^RRs (Henry E. Storrs^% 
Elhrfldf'^, Henrif\ Hpirnf. Thomas', Henri/\ born 5 Sep- 
tember 1>15. in AVhitestown. X. Y.; died 14 July 1S73, in 
Ilochester, X. Y. ; married in Eochcster, iO October 1S42, by 
his brother Eev. Henry L. Storrs (410), Louisa Piicebe Stoxe, 
daughter of Enos and Clarissa (Stoddard) Stone, born 6 ^o- 
vemljer 1S20, in Kochester. She at present resides in Santa 

BarV)ara, Cal. 

:Mr. Storrs was graduated from Princeton College hi 1S3T 
and at once l)egan the study of law. In 1S4<» he was admitted 
to the bar and entered upon the practice of his profession in 
Eochester. He held several othcial positions in that city and 
was United States Commissioner at the time of his death. 

[^Storrs] cniLOKE.v uorn in Rochester, n. y. : 

Sarah Esther, b. IS Sept. 1843; d. 11 Nov. 1871 : unmarried. 

LOOSA Stoxk, b. 27 Mar. 1849 ; m. in Santa Barbara, Cal., 3 
Jan. 1884, Elias Jame.s, son of Chester and Hannah (Clark) 
Bliss, of Albany, N. Y., b. 27 June 1848. in Hudson, N. Y. 
Children :— Frederick Storrs, b. l-j Jan. 1885. in Albany, d. 
8 Jan. 1887, in Brookline. :\Iass.; Sally Worthington, b. 29 
June 1886. in Albany : Ean(lolj>h Storrs, b. 30 July 1889, in 
Santa Barbara. 

Henry Randolph, b. 1 May 1853 ; d. S'l Aug. 1854. 



I. 

ii. 



CHAMPIOX GEXEALOGY. • 355 

iv. Mary Chaxdlek, b. 3 Dec. 1854: in. in Santa Barbara. 9 A\n-. 
1883, Frederick 3I'-Gre^or Wliitney. Child: — Margaret 
Louise, b. 5 Sei)t. 1884, in Santa Barbara. 

41 IL :\rARY EsTHKK Hatjris (:Marv E. Cloavelan(P'«, Esthe,^, 
Henr>f\ Ilmrij^^ Thon>a.^. IL:nn/),Um\ !>4: :\larfli lsl4. in 
Canter] )iirv, Comi. ; died 22 March Js5.S, in >*'orwic]i. Conn. ; 
Avas married 20 August 1S42, to Gen. David Y or no, son of 
David ( Y, C. 171)8) and Fi'eelove (Ablje) Young, liorn 10 Jan- 
uarv Isilt, in AVindliani, Conn, lie married, second. Sej)- 
tember 1854, Annie Frances Davis, and died 12 Mareli 1880, 
in Norwicli. 

Mr. ^ oung, left an orphan at tlie ago of nine years, was 
reared in the family of an uncle by marriage in Leltanon. 
.Conn. After being engaged in vai'ious avocations, during 
which he acquired a decided taste fur )iiilitary ])ursuit.s he 
returned from Xew York to Connecticut, and settlino- in 
Xorwicli entered the la^v office of the lion. L. F. S. Foster in 
1839 as a law student, and was admitted to |)ractice in 1811. 

In the old Connecticut ]Militia he ro-e rajtidly to the rank of 
Brigadier-General, and was tendered a commission as Major- 
General ; which he declined. At tiie breaking out of the Civil 
"War he promptly offered his services to the State, and went to 
the front as Lieutenant-Colonel of the Second Eegiment Con- 
necticut Volunteers. At the conclusion of the three months' 
service of the volunteers just called for he reentered civil life, 
and thereafter, during his practice, held many of those offices 
which are be.st filled by members of the bar. 

\_Young'\ childkex bokx ix Norwich, conn.: 

i. Sarah Bacon, b. 28 Aug. 1843. 

ii. Cakoline Dale, b. 22 Sept. 184.5: d. 20 June 1800. 

iii. Mary Harris, b. 26 Oct. 1847: m. 15 June 1881. Henry V. 

Echnond, and d. 21 June 1884. , , . . 

iv. Lucy Abbe, b. 22 Oct. 1852 : d. 21 July 1853. 

412. IIknry Champion [Gcorgr"^'', 7/r/t)'f/^^\ //c/i/'i/^'\ lltnr>j^\ 
JfrfU't/'K Uionni.s^, IfDinf), born 8 Xovemlier 18:>8. in Fort 
Elizabeth. South Africa; died Mo January 18G7. in .Mankato, 
Minn. ; married in Xew Haven. Conn., 4 August I8O0. Sarah 
Elizadeth Booth, daughter of Wilson and Sarah (Treat) 



35(3 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

J>oot]i, born 21 Xovein])er 1832, in Xew Haven, M'liere slie at 
present resi(le>. 

Henry Clianipion prepared ft»r college at IMiillips Aeadeniy 
at Andover. ^Nfa.ss.. and ^vas irraduated from Yale College in 
ISCiO. After a year spent iti the stndy of modern langnages in 
New Haven, he entered the Yale I^aw School in September, 
18(11. He was admitted to the Connecticut Bar on May 1.5, 
1S*13, and established himself in practice in Xew Haven. In 
January, 1806, his health which had been for some months 
failing compelled him to seek a change of climate, and in 
company with his wife he removed to ^NEanhato, ^Limi., where 
after a year's residence he died. 

In July, J 803, Mr. Champion compiled and pnl)lished a 
'•Catalogue of the Cabinet of Coins belonging to Yale Col- 
lege," of which he had charge and in the arrangement of 
which lie had spent a great deal of time. He subseqnently 
gave to tlie college his own large and valnable collection. He 
also prepared a history of Governor Eobert Treat which was 
read before the Xew Haven Colony Historical Societv. Mr. 
Champion also wrute and published several articles on Xnhiis- 
matics, and during his residence in Mankato contributed a 
weekly article of local or general interest to the paper published 
there. xVt the time of his death he was secretarv of his colle"-e 
class. 

CHILD BORN IN NEW HAVEN, CONN. : 

i. Henry, b. 30 Oct. 1805 : d. same day. 

413. Dr. Jonathan Edwards (Jla/'i.a'^^^, Ilrurt/^^, Ilen/'>/^\ 
Ilenri/^, Jlt-nnf^, Thonua^, Ilcnr)/), born .5 Oct(;l)er 1811, in 
Troy, X. Y. ; died 19 June 1880, in X"ew Haven, Conn. ; mar- 
ried in X^ew Haven, 28 February 1882, Marion Collins, daugh- 
ter of David C. and Clarissa (Ely) Collins, of X"ew Haven. 
She was married, second, in X^^w Haveit, s ^Nfay 1800, to God- 
frey Dunscomb, a banker in X'ew York City. They reside in 
Xew Haven. 

Doctor Edwards was i)rivateh' prepared for college in Xew 
Haven. He was graduated from Yale College in 1803 and 
spent several months traveling through the AVest. In Janu- 
ary, 18»;i. he brgan the study of medicine in Troy, and from 
Septendier (if that year to January, 180.5, he attended lectures 



CHAMPION Gt:XEALOGY. 357 

at tlie Albany ^Medical College. From October, 1805, to 
^lareli. J>>oT, he was a inember of the College of Physicians 
and Snro-eons in Xew York City, from Avhieli institution at the 
latter date he received his jnedical di[il()ma. The care of an in- 
valid father then intervened to prevent his entering on tlie prac- 
tice of his profession. While residing in Xew Haven he de- 
voted much time and lalior g'ratuitonsly to the care and increase 
of tlie college collection of coins. He had also formed a valua- 
ble collection of his o^vn. which he left l)y his will to the college, 
and was well versed in the study of the snbject. A pernranent 
evidence of his interest am\ generosity is shown in the "Cata- 
logue of Greek and Ivoman Coins in the ]^umismatic Collec- 
tion of Yale College*' (New JIaven, ISSO. Svo. pp. 23<)). wliich 
he edited with characteristic thoroughness, and Avhich was 
printed largely at his own expense. Doctor Edwards also made 
extensive collections for a genealogy of the Edwards family, and 
liad expected to publish them in a few months. lie was also 
the secretary of his class. After his marriage Doctor Edwards 
and his ^\•ife spent one year in Europe, i)ut he returned from 
aljroad with his constitution underuLined by Konum fever and 
his fi-eneral health ouite shattered. The remainder of his life 
was passed in increasiiig weakness in Xew Haven. He left no 
children. 

414. Hon, Xathanikl Suipmax (Mary T. Deming"'^\ Ahi- 
</aiF', Ilenrif^ Henry'", Renn/^ TJwinas^ Henri/), horn 2'2 
August 1S2S, in Southbury, Conn.; married in Hartford, Conn.. 
25 May 1859, ^NIary C. Eobinson, daughter of Da\ad Franklin 
and Anne (Seymour) Robinson, and sister of Hon. Lucius 
F. Robinson who married Eliza S. Trund)ull (3(i3), born 1'2 
August 1831, in Hartford. 

]\Ir. Shipman prepared for college at riaintield (Conn.) Acad- 
emy. He was graduated from Yale College in 1848 and Ijegan 
the study of law with Judge Thomas E. Osborne" (Y. C. 1817 1 
in Fairfield, Conn. In October, 1849, he entered the Yale 
Law School. He did not complete the course in this in.-titu- 
tion, but remov(.'d to HarttVjrd, where he was admitted to the 
bar and has since resided and practiced his profession. He 



» GrancU'atlier of Tbomas U. Osborne. (See Nu. ;5f>T. iv). 



358 , CHAMPIOX GENEALOGY. 

was a member of tlie Connecticut Legislature in 1857, and 
Executive Secretary to Governor Buckingliam, 1858-G2. In 
1875 lie wa>; a})pointed Judge of the United States District 
CVmrt, an ofHce wliich lie still retains. In 1881- Judge Sliip- 
man received tlie degree of LL.D. from Yale College. 

\_Shqyiii'(il-\ CHILDREN BOIIX IN tlARTFORi:), COXX. I 

i. Fkank Robixsox, b. 15 Feb. 18f)3 ; was graduated from Yale 
College iu 18^5, and froin tlie Theological Department of that 
University in ]S89. and since ^lay 1st of the latter year he 
has been assistant i)astor of the First Church in Hartford. 

ii. Arthur Lkffixgwell, b. 19 Nov. 1864; was graduated from 
Yale College in l.^SG, and from the Yale Law School in 1888, 
and is practicing his profession in Hartford. 

iii. Mary Ukmixi;. b. ii July iyi)8. 

iv. Thomas LEFFixowrxr, b. 10 July 1870 ; d. 3 July 1872. 

V. . Hexry Robixson, b. 30 Mar. 1877. 

415. Harriet Champion TRu:snu:i.L (Ilenrv C. Trnmbnll-'^-, 
Ifarruf^^^ Iltnr;/"'. 7Ic?i/'>/'-^\ Hcnri/^'\ Thomafp, Hennf), born 
21 June 181:3, in A\'allingford, Conn.; was married in Hart- 
ford, Conn.. 7 July 18G3, to Prof. Austin Stickney, son of 
AVilliam and Lucy (Eurgessj Stickney, born 25 Xovend)er 
1831, in Camliridge, Mass. 

Professor Stickney was educated at private schools until the 
age of eleven, and prepared for college at the Boston and the 
Roxbiiry Latin School ; at sixteen he entered Harvard College 
and was graduated in 1852. In 1855 he began study at the 
Harvard Law School, but in the next year abandoned it on 
account of failing health. From 1858 to 1801-, and again in 
1870-71, he was professor of Latin r.r of Greek and Latin at 
Trinity College. Hartford ; in the intervals he lived or travelled 
in P^urope until 1879, when the family settled in New York 
City where they have since resided. 

\_Stlcliiuii\ children: ' 
i. LccY Madeleine, b. 18 July 1866. ' ' ' ' " • 

ii. Eliza Trumbcll, b. 13 Oct. 1808. 
iii. Joseph Trumbl"LI., b. 20 June 1874. 
iv. Henry Austix, b. 13 May 1879. 

41t'). Major Kouert AYatkinson Huntington, U. S. N. 
(Sara B. AVatkinson''^\ Mnrla^'\ IIcrn'>f'\ Ihn,'f\ Jren,'>f\ 



CHAMl'IOX C4enp:alogy. 359 

Thomas^, /ren/'i/), born 3 December ISIO, in Hartford, Conn.; 
uianieJ, Ifet, in Xorwicli, Conn., 2 November 1SG5, Jane 
Lathkop Tkumiull, dangbter of Daniel I.atbrop and Alex- 
andrine X. (Wilson^ Trnmbnl], born 1» Sei)teniber 1S42, in 
Norwich; died 9 March 1S(')0, in Charlestown, Mass. He 
married, 2d, in Portsmonth, X. H., 17 Septeml)er 1879, Eliza- 
liKxn SnEKBUKXE AVhipple, dang-htcr of Major-Gen. Amiel AV. 
and Eleanor .M. (Sherbnrne) Whipple, born 15 xVngnst 1815, 
in Portsmouth. 

Major Huntington enlisted in the Union Army at the out- 
break of the Civil AVar, and after serving a short time in Com- 
j)any A, Eirst lieo-iment Connecticut Volunteers, was appointed 
2d Lieutenant in the U. S. ]\rarine Corps on June 5, 18()1, and 
participated in the first battle of Bull linn. On September 1, 
1801, he was promoted 1st Lieutenant and was in the luittalion 
which went on the Port Royal Expedition, being rescued from 
the siniLing transport Governoi'. Erom 1862 to 1865 he went on 
a cruise around the world, being promoted Captairj on June 21, 
1801. In 1889 he was in commaiul of the marine guard of the 
Ti'tidon at the time of the wreck of that vessel in the great 
disaster at Apia. Samoa, and was promoted jMajor on October 
23d of that year. Lie is at present in command of the Marine 
Station at Lh'ooklyn, N. Y. 

[^IIuntir((jt<>n~\ childPvEN by the 1st marpjage: 
i. Robert Watktxsox. b. 9 Nov. 1866, in Hartford, Conn. ; was 

graduated from Yale College in 1889. 
ii. Daniel Trumbull, b. 4 Aug. 1868, in Hartford ; is a member 
of the Class of 1892 in Yale College. 

[Jln/itington'] child by the 2d marriage : 
iii. Eleaxor, b. 13 July 1880, in Hartford. 

417. Samuel Huntington (Sara B. AVatkinson^*^', Mar'><r^\ 
Ifeni'tJ^^ ITenrj/^^Jlenri/^, T/iomas^, Jlenry^), born 17 Decem- 
ber 1842. in IIartf«:>rd. Conn. ; married in Xew York City, 
23 Eebruary 1870, Azelia Caroline Zeuega, daughter of 
Augustus and Eliza M. (A'<>n Bretton) Zerega, born 2 Decem- 
ber 1842, in Xew York City. 

Air, Huntington was graduated from Yale College in 1803 
niul entered the Columbia Law School, Xew York City, from 



360 CHAMPION gp:xealogy. 

whicli lie was uTadiiated with sjieeial Iioikh- in 1S05. Since liis 
adtnissi(->n to the Ijar in 18*!5 lie has continued in tlie pi-actice 
of liis profession, and is at present with tlie Title Guarantee 
and Trust Company of Xew Yoi-k City, His residence is 
Plaintield, X. J. ' 

[IIuuti/if/fri)i'\ cniLPRKX i!0};x ix pi.aixfiki.d. x. j. : 

i. HowAitD, 1). 24 Jan. 1871 : Is a meuiljer of the Class of 1892 in 

Yale College. 
ii. Florexce AroL'STA. b. 20 July 1872. 
iii. Augustus Zerega. b. 2 May 1874. 
iv. Frederick Louis, b. 13 May 1876. 

41 S. Elizauktii Adams Hlxtixgtox (Sara B. ^Vatkinson^*^\ 
Jlaj'ia'^^-, IIenry^''\ IL-nrif^, iren/'>f'\ Thomas'', Ilcnry^)^ born 
30 November 1847, in Hartford, Conn. ; was married in Hart- 
ford, 20 June 1>SU, to Cuart.es J. Colk, son of Abner and 
Eliza (Erown) Cole, born in Chatham, Conn. 

Mr. Cole is a laM yer and resides in Hartford. 

\_CoJf3\ CIIILI>KKX HOKX IX IIAKTFORD, COXX. I 

i. EicHARD Hlxtixgtox, b. 20 Aug. 1881. 
ii. Fraxcis Watkinsox. b. 11 June 1883. 
iii. Sara Bl.ur, b. 25 Feb. 1885. 

419. Ellex AVatkixsox Adams (Elizal)eth AVatkinson^*^, 
31aria^\ Renrif^ JItnr>r'\ Jlen^'t/'', IVioma^, Ilenn/), born 
6 February 1844, in Canterbury, Conn. ; Avas married in Spring- 
field, ]\rass., IS xV]u-il 1S77, to Kev. John Lightxer Egbert, 
son of John S. and Jane (Ilaslett) Egbert, born 29 August 1S4.5. 
in Liberty, Mo. 

Rev. Mr. Egbert is rector of St. Michael's P. E. Church in 
Marblehead, Mas.>. 

\_7ujht/'t\ cniLDREx: 

i. Natuax Adams, b. 15 Feb. 1878, in Bainbridj^e, N. Y. 

ii. Ellex Watkixsox, b. 12 Aug. 1879. in Bainbridge. 

iii. William Wallace, b. 10 Aug. 1882. in Vineland. N. J. 

iv. JoHX Lightxek. b. 20 Oct. 1884, in Vineland. 

420. Jonx AVatkixsox Gray (Afary AVatkinson^'"'^. 2l(iri<i^^\ 
IItnnf^\ n.'nrir^ Hau'if, 7lH„n(M\ ILnnf), bcrn 19 :\rarch 
1S51, in Hartford, Conn.: married in Hartford, 8 April 1875, 
Clara B<>ltkr, daughter James and Alary i Bartholomew) Bol- 
ter, born 10 April Ls54, in Hartford. 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 3G1 

:Nrr. Gray wa>; educated at the Hartford ITi*''h Scliool and 
Trinity Colleo;e. He is eiigaixed in the maunfacture of nil)1)er 
for iiieclianical uses, having built, and owning, his factory in 
Hartford. 

[^'/Y'//] CHILDKKX lloUN IX UAKTIORD, CONN. I 

i. Ror-EET Watkinson, b. 15 Jiin. 1870. 
ii. Mary. b. 31 Aug. 1877. 
iii. Clara, b. '21 Oct. 1880. 

421. AxNiE Gray (^lary AVatkinson^''*^, Mari(r^\ IIcnrif''\ 
JIenrif'\ Jlrnrf-. Thomas^ Henri/), born 7 December 1S52, 
in Hartford, Conn. ; was married in Hartford, T May ISTS, to 
Eev. Jonx HiMJ'HKKY Barrouk, son of Henry S. and Pamela 
(Bartholomew) iJarbour. born 20 May 1S54, in Torrington, 
Conn. 

Eev. ]\ir. Barbour was graduated from Trinity College, 
Hartford, in 1S73 and entered the Berkeley Divinity School, 
from which he was ordained in 1ST6. He then became Libra- 
rian of Trinity College, a position which he occupied until 
October, 1SS9. During tliis time he was also instructor in 
Mathematics and Botany in the College, and conducted the 
Trinity Church Mission. After leaving Hartford he became 
Professor of Literature and Interpretation of the New Testa- 
ment at the Berkeley Divinity School in :\[iddletown, Conn., his 
present residence. 

]^Barhou/''] chii.orex rorx HxARTforo, coxx. : 

i. Ellen Gray, b. 4 ^lay 1879. 

ii. M.u:y, b. 27 July 1884 ; d. 27 July 1885. 

iii. Hexry Gray, b. 28 Mar. 1880. 

ivk Paul Humphrey, b. 13 Sept. 1888. 

422. Kathkrixe Bacox (Francis P>acou-'"\ Z>'rnii(/^\ I'^>('/>/>- 
rod;t>'^, IL:iu'f\ }Lur>/\ Thoi„a^^, Ilenrif), born IS April 
1S44. in Lancaster, Pa.; was married in New Haven, Conn., 
22 jSroveud)er 1SG4, to Tuo^eas PaTUKUFoRi) TRo\vr,Rii«;E. son 
of Thomas Kutherford and Caroline Hloadley) Trowbridge, 
burn :5 ^larch 18:V.>, in New Haven. 

Mr. Trowbridge >tudicd in the sch(X)ls of New Haveu with 
the intention of entering Yale College, but at the age of nine- 
teen, beim;- iuvited to enter the AVest India hou^e of H. Trow- 



302 ■ CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

bridge's Sons, a linu wliieli luis been in existence over a cen- 
tury, he took np his residence in the Islands of Barbados and 
Trinidad where lie remained five years. In 1S(>3 he returned 
to his native city and was soon admitted a partner in that lii-m, 
of which he has been since an active memlier. He continues 
to reside in Xew Haven, spending his summers at his country 
liouse in Litchtield. 

Mr. Trowbridge has always been interested in the welfare of 
New Haven, and, thougii never taking a very active i)art in 
politics, has held several jiublic offices of trust in that city, 
among them that of President of the Board of Aldermen in 
188.5-6. He is at the present time President of the Mercantile 
Safe Deposit Company and a director in the ]\[echanics Bank, 
besides being in tlie direction of other institutions. He has 
long been interested in antiquarian matters and for many years 
lias been Secretary of the Xew Haven Colony Historical So- 
ciety. He has ])repared several articles on local history for this 
society, which have been published in its "'Papers.'' One 
of these, on the "• xVncient Maritime Interests of jS^ew Haven," 
has l)een reprinted. 

[Trou'hi'iJgt^^ cuilorex bokn in new haven, coxn. : 
i. Francis Bacon, b. 7 June 1806 ; completed his preparation for 
college at tlie Hopkins Grammar School, New Haven, in 
June, 1888. In the following September he entered Yale 
College and was graduated with the Class of 1887. In Sep- 
tember, 18SS, he entered tlie Yale Law School, receiving the 
degree of LL.B. from that institution and being admitted to 
the Connecticut Bar on .June So, 1890. He has given much 
attention to genealogical research and is the autlior of the 
present volume, 
ii. Edith Champion, b. '29 .June 1870. 



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3&3'(^^ 



BRANCH OF 

ISRAEL CHAMPION, 

OF EAST H ADD AM, CONN., 
A GREAT-GEANDSON OF THE SETTLER. 



BRANCH OF 

ISEAEL CIIAMPIO:I:n . 



21. IsKAEL Champion {Ile/n';/^'^, T/tuz/His^, Ilenvi/)^ born 20 
December 1720, in East Hacklam, Conn. ; died ]\rarcli 1S15, 
ill East Iladdam ; married in East Iladdam, 29 A})ril I'^oG, 
Mkhitahle Fuli.ku, daughter of Jolin and ]\[ary (Kowley alias 
Cornwall) Fuller, born 3 January 1781-2, in East Iladdam; 
died 1793, in Moodus, Conn. 

Israel Cliampion was a farmer and passed liib life in the 
homestead in East Iladdam, which at his death descended to 
his son Andrew."" 

cniLDRKN t;o];n in east iiaddam, conn. : 

i. ICHABOD, b. 23 Nov. 1757 ; enlisted in the American Army at 
the "Lexington Ahirm," and d. 9 Sept. 177o. 

423. ii. Rf.ubex, b. 31 Mar. 1759 : m. Rhoda H. Jewett. 

iii. Mehit.^^le, b. 34 Dec. 1760; m. 23 Mar. 1780, Job, son of Na- 
than and Sarah (Brockway) Beckwith, bapt. 25 Oct. 17'31, in 
Hadlyiue. Conn. He was cornet and quartermaster of the 
Second Regiment Light Di-agoons. She joined the church in 
Millington (East Iladdam) Oct. 1793. Child born in East 
Haddam -.—Anna, b. 15 Nov. 1784 ; d. 26 :Mar. 178G. 

iv. Anna, b. 4 Mar. 1763; m. Oct. 1786, John Howland. son of Ig- 
natius and, Susanna (Howland) Smith, b. 16 Nov. 1762, in 
East Haddam. They resided in Millington. He d. 30 Nov. 
1829. She d. 1 Jan. 1834. 

V. Mary, b. 25 Sept. 1764 ; m. 26 Nov. 1789, George Wattles Jew- 
ett, brother of Rhoda H. who was married to Reuben Cham- 
pion (428), b. 18 Feb. 1768, hi :\Iillington. 

424. vi. Andrew, b. 5 Sept. 1766 ; m. Lucy Bartlett. 
vii. Maktha, b. 19 May 1768 : d. 20 June 1771. 
viii. JroAH. b. 29 Nov. 1770 : d. 21 Aug. 1776. 

425. ix. Martha, b. 17 Apr. 1773; m. Clievers. Brainard. 
X. NoADlAii, b. 5 Jan. 1775; d. 16 Oct. 1775. 

*" Israel Champion'* nuuk for his Crcarures is one half penny in the upper side 
of the L»f t ear and one Slit in the top of the same ear." [/•;. Ihul. Uix., -i yfny ITCJ."] 
After the death ot his father the latter's ear mark is recorded to liini. 



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366 CHAMProx gexealogy. 

4-23. Oapt. REi-jiKx Cha^lpiox {lsr<(t'7"\ Tfcnri/\ Thoiiia.s\ 
lit iif if ),\>ovi\ 31 Mareli 1 759, in East Iladdam, Conn.; died 
26 April 183S, in P]ast Windsor, Conn. ; married in East Ilad- 
dani. 12 Xoveniher 1TS2, Ehooa Hyde Jkwktt, daughter of 
Dr. Gibbons and Tilioda (llvde) Jewett, and sister of George 
W. who married ^Marv Champion (21. v\ born 12 April 1764. 
in Millingtou (East Haddani); died 3 January 1852, in Cold- 
water. ]\Iich. 

Eeuben CliamjMon was a soldier of the Revolution. In the 
later years of his life he was soinewluit straightened in circum- 
stances and applied for a pension, which was not granted to 
liim. After his death certain influential relatives succeeded in 
getting the ])ension monev for his son.'^'' 

]\Irs. Ivhoda Chanijnon passed the closing years of her life 
with her son in Coldwater, W\q\\. Her likeness jminted on 
ivory in 1792 is still in the possession of her descendants in 
that town. Her father. Doctor Jewett, was v'^urgeon of the 
Eourtli Battalion of the Continental Army. 

CHILI) BORX IX p:ast wixdsoii, conx. : 

4-20. i. Recbex Jewett, b. 18 May 1797: m., 1st, Eliza Cross; 2d. 
Delia Congdon. 

42-1. Axdrew Champiox (/s7'rte/'^'\ IIi-nrfK Tltoinax^, Ifen)')/), 
born 5 September 1766, in East Haddam, Conn.; died 2 jS\v 
veniber 1842, in Rome, Ohio; married in East Haddam, 27 
January 1791, Lucv Baktl?:tt, daughter of lehabod and De- 
sire (Otis) Dartlett. of Goshen (Lebai\on), Conn., born 19 
Deceml)er 1763; died 19 June 1S54, in Rome, Ohio. 

Andrew Champion resided in East Haddam until 4827, when 
he sold the old homestead to Capt. Amniel CotHn (see Xo, 430) 
and removed to Rome, Ohio. The place is now OM'ned by the 
Emmons family .f 

CniLDREX BORX IX EAST HADDAM. COXX. : ' 

427. i. Rhoda. b. 17 Apr. 1793 : m. Edward Cofliii. 
4-38. ii. Reubex, b. IS Nov. 1794; m. Zerviah F. Hyde. 
429. iii. Lucy, b. 20 Aug. 1799; m. Jeremiah R. .Stark. 



* "Reuben Champion's mark foi- his Croaturos is a half penny the Upper Si<le the 
left Ear an<i Slit in tho End of y Riirlit."— [/•:. ll.ul. Rcc. l'> Apr. i::U.] 

* " Andrew Champion's innk for hi.s oroatures is one half penny on the upixir side 
of the left or near ear."— [/•>'. Had. lire, 1 Apr. ;-i.':.] 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 307 

480. iv. IcHABOD, b. 25 Mar. ISOl ; m. Lucvotia Coffin. 

V. Hallet, b. 'il Mar 1S03; d. lo May 1S04. 
4:31. vi. Marv, b. 2S Jan. 180G ; m. Travis A. IMiller. 

vii. LVDIA, b. 3 Nov. 1807 ; d. 26 Aug. 1829, in Rome, O. ; unmar- 
ried. 

425. Maktha Champion {hrad'K IJenr>/\ T/n»,ni.^, TL:n)'>/\ 
born 17 April 1773, in East lladdain, Conn.; died 13 :>rareli 
1S14, in East lladdani ; \vas married in East Haddani, ]() 
September 1705, to Chevkks Bpainakd, son of Amasa and 
Jedediah (^Osborne) Brainard, born 2<J Octol)er 17t;S, in East 
liaddam. He married, second, ^Mrs. Jernsha (Cornwall) Lord, 
widow of William Lord, and had four children, all of whom 
died in yonth. He died i2S June 1S64, in East lladdani. 

Mr. Brainard represented East lladdani in the Connecticut 
Assembly in 1816, ISIS and 1S19. 

[Brainard] childkex Er>KN in east haddam, conn. : 
i. A son, b. 18 Nov. 1803 : d. same day. 
ii. A son, b. 1 July 1805 : d. same day. 

iii. LUCRETIA, b. 20 Mar. 180T ; after teacliing a school in Louisi- 
ana returned to East Haddam, wliere slie d. 11 Apr. 1887. 
iv, Martha, b. 19 Apr. 1809 ; m. IG Mar. 1847, as second wife. Dr. 
Ira Bronson, of New Haven and Bridgeport, Conn., and 
New York City, b. 3 Mar. 1805. He d. 11 Feb. 1850. in St. 
Thomas, W. I. She resides in East Haddam. They liad no 
children. 
V. Mary Matilda, b. 22 Feb. 1812 : d. 20 Jan. 1886. in East Had- 
dam ; unmarried. 

42G. Eel-hen Jewett Champion (Reuhen^''^ lsmeP\ llen)nf\ 
Tho)iias\ Ilennf), born IS ]\Lay 1707, in East Windsor, Conn. ; 
died 9 January ISOL in Coldwater, Mich. ; married, 1st, in 
Victor, X. Y., 12 January 1S22, Eliza Cross, daughter of 
John* and Margaret (Ilanna-f allm Connolly) Cross, born 

170S, in t>ligo. Ireland ; died 20 August lS4tt, in 

Coldwater. He married, 2d, in St. Josej^i, Ind., IS June 
1S40, Delia Congdon, daughter of Sandford and Supliia 
(Rogers) Congdon, born August 1S12, in :Montville, Conn. 
She was married, second, 1 January IsOS, to Jacob Cool, a 
prosperous farmer of Homer. Mich. ; and .-^ince his death in 
1881 she lias resided with her daughter in Bay City, Mich. 



♦ Of Londonflerry. Ireland. 

*0f Newry.lrchuiil; herflrst liusl)and was BLi-nunlCounolly, of .Vnnaiigli, Ireland. 



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3GS CHAMPION rxENEALOfiY. 

Reuben Jewett C^liampioiu after living in several towns in 
New Yoi-k State, eaiiio to ]5rancli County, ;Miclngan, and 
located in the township of that name in 1837. lie resided 
either in liranch or Coldwater during the remainder of his 
life. He was a merchant and miller. He was a man of strong 
characteristics and of the sternest integi'ity. He knew thor- 
oughlv the few choice books which composed his librai-y, and 
was accounted for those times a very well-informed man, which 
rendered him of consideral)le value to the pioneer community 
in which he lived. He was a nieml)er of the first board of 
trustees of the village of Coldwater and held other minor local 
oftices. 

CHILDKKN liV TUE IST MAKRIAGE : 
i. Louisa Jane, b. 6 June 1823. in Victor, N. Y. ; m. in Branch, 
Midi., 7 Feb. 1841. Hon. Edward A. Warner. He came to 
Coldwater in 1837 and commenced the practice of law. In 
1S40 he was elected Judge of Probate, whicli lie resigned in 
1842 to accept the oilk-e of State Senator. He d. I Feb. 
1843. in Coldwater. aged 31. Slie d. 1 Jan. 1846, in Cold- 
water. They had n<j children. 

432. ii. Rhoda Ann. b. 12 Oct. 182o, iu Mendon, N. Y. : m. George 
Milh^rd. 

43.']. iii. Hahkiet Ousely. b. 16 Apr. 1827. in Ithaca, N. Y. ; m. Col. 
Henry C. Gilbert. 
iv. 3IARGARET Hanx.\, b. 3 Feb. 1829. in Newlield. N. Y. ; is un- 
married and resides with her youngest brother in Pleasant 
Gap, Mo. 

484. V. Henry Beckwith, b. 6 Jan. 1831, in Newtield ; ni. Ehzaljcth 
Merrilh 

435. vi. Jons Robert, b. 12 Jan. 1833, in Newlield ; m. Mary Upham. 
vii. Wn.TJAM Edward, b. 9 Jan. lS3o, in Newtield: d. 17 Apr. 

1841, in Coldwater. 
viii. Mary Eliza, h. 31 Aug. 1836, in Newtield ; d. 31 July 1841, in 
Coldwater. 

436. ix. Norton Reuben, b. 4 Mar. 1838, in Coldwater : ni. Helen A. 

Dibble. 
X. Isabel, b. 1 July 1839, in Coldwater; d. 31 July 1840, in Cold- 
water. 

CHILD BY THE '2d MARRIAGE ! 

437. xi. Kate, b. 4 Dec. 1852. in Tompkins Center, Mich. ; m. Thomas 

Vernon. 

427. Iii[oi>ACnAMi'iox(.l/<^//y^//?'~', I.sn(rT~\ JL iu'i/\ Thomcoc', 
IItnr<f\ born 17 April 170:";, in East Haddam. Conn.; died '1 
November iss:,, in Stetson, ^[icli. ; was married iu Canajo- 



■ CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 369 

liarie, N. Y., 8 August lb'27, to P^dward Coi fix, son of Joliii 
and ]Miirv (Coleman) CotHn, liorn 2'') Febrnarv 1781), in !Xan- 
tucket, ]\la^s. ; died -24 April 1.S72, in Fowlor, Mich. 

^Ir. ColHn sliip]ied before the mast on a whaler at the age of 
sixteen, following the exanijile of hundreds of others on the 
Island which for a ccntnrv has been associated with whale 
ti>herv. He followed the sea for eighteen years, "donhlino-" 
Cape IForn a number of times and meeting with some adven- 
tures. On one occasion, while fast to a whale and pavino- out 
line as it do\e, the line became entangled around his ankle and 
drew liim nnder the water ; bnt the rope was cut, and freeing 
himself ho rose to the surface and was drawn into the boat 
without having sustained any serious injury, ^fr. C'otiin used 
to describe another adventure, the results of which were rather 
more serious. In 1812 his ship, while on her home voyage 
with a cargo of oil, Avas siezed l)y a British man-of-war and 
taken as a prize into Bernuida. AVhen first sighted the British 
ship was flying signals of distress; the whalemen had not 
heard tliat war had been declared, and suspecting nothing, as 
the stranger had the Stars and Stripes flying, they ran down to 
her to render any assistance in their power. AVhen within 
gun-shot, the Britisher hoisted the English colors, opened her 
ports, ran out her gnns, and ordered the whaler to lie to and 
surrender, which under the circnmstances the Americans were 
obliged to do, bnt nftt with very good grace. They were not 
ke]>t prisoners long, Init lost all the results of months of hard 
labor. In the course of his seafaring life ^Ir. Coflin became 
mate of his ship. After leaving the sea he came to Ohio and 
bought a small farm. He also worked at the carpenter's trade 
which he tlioronghlv understood. He was a man of few words, 
caring little for company, and strictly npi-ight in his dealings 
with others ; and if there was one characteristic mcjre prom- 
inent than another it was to " mind his own business,'' a nuixim 
which lie sought to instill, and with good success, into the 
minds of his children. He was greatly opposed to lal)or done 
merely for ^lu>w. probably owing to his early training, as his 
ancestors were all Quakers and he was brought up strictly in 
that faith to which he adhered as long as he lived. 

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370 CHAMPION GEKEALOGY. 

\_CoJfin'] CHILDRKN BORN IX KO^rE, OHIO : 

i. Elizabeth Coleman, b. S June 180',) ; d. 9 June 1839. 

ii. John Andrew, b. 1-3 June ISHl ; d. 'A July 1878, in Fowler. 
Mich. ; unmarried. He taught scliool in his early days and 
was very fond of his books ; and as he was unmarried he 
had leisure to indulge his taste for literature and travel. He 
was a man of upright character, and kind and generous in 
his life. 

iii. Henry Edward, b. 27 Apr. 1833 ; was brought up a farmer and 
followed that occupation for some years after liis marriage : 
he then bought a saw mill which he superintended for over 
twenty years. Two years before his deatli he sold out his 
mill and removed to his ICO acre farm in Stetson. Oceana 
Co., Mich. He was generous to a fault and extremely popu- 
lar. He m., 1st, in Kome. O., '38 Oct. 18o9, Mary Jane. dan. 
of William and ]Mary Ann (Black) Bunting, b. 15 May 1840. 
in Cherry Valley, O.. wlio d. •:'8 Apr. 1869. in Trumbull. O. 
Children:— Tr/Z/a/Y/ Affon, b. 10 June 1860, in Rome. d. 9 
July 1S64, m Rome: Edward Hcnvij. b. 11 Dec. 1803. in 
Rome, resides in Muir. ^lich. : Cassius SconucL b. 9 Nov. 
1865, in New Lyme, O. ; M'illiam Reuben, h. 4 Mar. 1869, in 
Trumbull, d. 24 May 1869. He m.. 2d. m Trumbull. 14 Feb. 
1870, Mrs. Mary Catherine Saunders, adoiited daughter of 
Mr. Wolcott of tliat town, b. 30 Feb. 1847. who d. 28 Feb. 
1876, in Fowler, Mich. Children born in Fowler :—Ada. b. 7 
Sept. 1871, d. 28 Jan. 1872 : Oscar Fred, b. 7 Nov. 1^73 ; Cal- 
vin Willie, b. 25 May 1875. He m., 3d. in Fowler. 14 Oct. 
1880, Mary, dau. of David and ^largaret (Copenhaver)Ramler. 
b. 20 Jan. 1839. in Lewiston, Pa. He d. 2 July 1887, in Stet- 
son, Mich. 

iv. Mary Elizabeth, b. 4 Dec. 1836 ; m. in Hutchinson, Minn., 15 
Sept. 1870, David Rosenmiller, son of Jacob and Julia Ann 
(Marritt) Christlieb, b. 6 Nov. 1839, in MilHin, Fa. He en- 
listed at Ft. Snelling, Minn., in August, 1802, in Co. A. First 
Minnesota Mounted Rangers, and fought under General Sib- 
ley in the Sioux War, serving thirteen months tlirough Min- 
nesota and Dakota, and was discharged at the expiration of 
his term of service. He is a farmer in Fowler. Mich. 
Children born in Fowler : — Lucu ElizahetJi, h. 27 Nov. 1871, 
d. 8 Aug. 1873 : Le Roij Chaiiipion. b. 8 June 1873. 

42S. EErBKxCHAMi'ioxLl;^^//'tv//^-'. l.srtff'PK IL',ir>f^, Thnma.f, 
Jlen/'i/^), born IS Xoveuil)or 1704, in East naddani. Conn. ; 
died 2 September IvS^l. in Cleveland, Ohio ; nuirried in East 
Iladdatn, 21 June 1817, Zekviah Fitch Hyde, daughter of 
William and Sarah (Bartlett) Hyde, of Elling'tou, Conn., who 
died 20 ^lay 1S5.S, in Cleveland, aged 07 years. 



CIIAMPIOX GENEALOGY, 371 

Ueubcu Champion serve<l for a short time in the ^yar of 
l^l:>. lie Hud his wife were second cousins tln-ongh the 
}3artlett family, being descendants of James Otis of llevo- 
lutionary fame. In l>^'2'i lie removed to Cleveland, Ohio, 
M-hero he was engaged a few years in mercantile pursuits, but 
in later life his business was chietly real estate. 

CHILDKEX : 

i. A daughter, d. aged two days. 

ii. AViLLlAM Henky^ 1). 27 Feb. ls->3 : d. 11 Sept. 1826. 
438. iii. 3Iary Hyde. b. 30 Nov. 18:39 : in. Chauncey H. Roberts. 

iv. AViLLlAM Henry, b. IT Oct. 1832 : m. Oct. 18G7. Savali (Mann) 
Irving. He studied law and was admitted to the bar. but 
never practiced his profession. He was a tine scholar, and 
a ready and fluent speaker, and without doubt would have 
been a successful jurj- advocate. At the time of his deatli, 
and for many years previously, he was employed as a clerk 
in the Pension Department of the Indian Bureau at AVash- 
ington, D. C. He d. '2'd Feb. 1888, in Washington. They had 
no children. 

429. LrcY CnA>[prox (An(h't'tr^'\ I.s/'aiP\ JL^rrtf-', TJioma-f, 
Henri/), l)orn -KS August 1700, in East liaddam. Conn. ; died '^ 
May 1S83, in Rock Creek Tillage, Ohio ; was married in East 
Iladdam, 2S ]!soYember 1>^'22, to Jekemiah Rodger Stakk, son 
of Caleb and Lydia (Rodger) Stark, born IS IMay 1S02, in 
Goshen (Lebanon). Conn. ; died 22 February 1875, in Rock 
Creek Village. 

Mr. Stark was a man of strong religious and yet liberal 
reformatory tendencies, entering zealously into the temperance 
and anti-slavery agitation. Inheriting a ])roi>agandist disposi- 
tion, and reared from childh«)od in such an atnu»s})hcre, it could 
but follow that the boy would take on an aggressively radical 
tone on moral, religious, educational and social (piestions gener- 
ally. In 1S2<) he removed from Lebanon to Canajoharie, 
X. Y,, where he lived on a farm fur about twelve years. 
Desiring to cive his growing family of children better 0])por- 
tunity for education than the comnujn scliool atforded, he went 
with them to a seminary near the city of Utica, in which insti- 
tution he was steward tive years. In 185-1 he moved with his 
family to Ohio, where he resided the renuiinder of his life, 
occupied with business interests in the village of Rock Creek, 



372 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

Ashtabula County. For some years l)efore his death ^h: Stark 
had devoted much thiie and attemiou lo the discussion and 
advocacy of hi-metalism botli on the platform and through the 
pubhc press. 

iSfa/'l''] CUILDRKN : 

i. Mary ZrRViAH, b. 23 July 1824: m., 1st, 14 Apr. 1847, Rev. 
Adam Bullock, of Canajoharie. She m., 2d, 18 Aug. 18.")6, 
Col. Gaines Weed, son of Hezekiah and .Mary (Weed) St. 
John, b. 6 Oct. 1TU6, in New Canaan, Conn. He was elected 
to Ohio Legislature in 1840. She d. 2 July ISo!), in Rock- 
Creek Village. lie d. 31 Aug. 1808. They liad no children. 

ii. Lydia Eugenia, b. IG Jan. 1826 ; d. 1 Sept. 1839. 

iii. Caleb Nelson, b. 22 Sept. 1827; m. in Schroeppel. X. Y.. 11 
Sept. 1850, Theodora, dau. of George Wescott and Rhoda 
(Sutton) Turner, b. 11 Sept. 1830. in Schroeppel. After his 
marriage he removed to Harbor Creek, near Erie. Pa., where 
he has since resided, being engaged in farming. Children : 
—Irving Nelson, b. 10 Oct. 18.>1. in. 13 Feb. 1870, Mary E. 
Smart and resides in Harbor Creek. Ch, : 1. Thomas Nelson. 
b. 26 June 1877 : 2. Dora 3Iaria, b. 2 Dec. 1884: Edwin Ever- 
ett, b. 16 Oct. 1853. m. 12 Apr. 1877, Deborah J. Foutch. of 
Cedar Falls, la., and resides in Lovilia, la. Ch. : 1. Jasper 
Walter, b. 19 July 18*^0 ; 2. Edna Ernestine, b. 26 July 1.^82 : 
3. Homer Ernest, b. 19 Oct. 1884 : 4. Virgil Bradford, b. 8 
Sept. 1886 ; Rosauwnd Ellen, b. 30 July 1850, m. 19 Mar. 1878. 
Virgil Foote, of Erie. Pa., and resides in Cedar Falls. la. 
Ch. : 1. Mary Eugenia, b. 26 Jan. 1880 ; 2. Winfield Warren, 
b. 19 July 1888 ; Stukehj Addison, b. 1 Jan. 1859 ; Walter De 
Roy, b. 22 Feb. 1801, d. 21 :Mar. 1882, in Erie; unmarried: 
Mary Eugenia, b. 24 Sept. 1866, d. 10 Dec. 1879 ; Bradford, 
b. 23 Feb. 1809. d. 21 Mar. 1882. 

iv. Everett De Roy, b. 14 June 1829 : m. in Cleveland, O., 7 July 
1863, Sarah Jane, dau. of Jesse and Fanny E. iPrintz) Dare, 
of Cleveland, b. 10 July 1831, in Zanesville, O. He com- 
pleted his preparatory studies in Wliitestown, N. Y., and 
entered the Sophomore class of Hamilton College where 
he remained two years. After teaching for two years, he 
entered the office of Fowler and Wells, New York City, with 
wlicm he remained two years more. ^Ir. Stark then took 
up lecturing and traveled through the ^Middle, Western, and 
Pacific States. In 1863 he began the study of law in Cleve- 
land where he was admitted to the bar and has since con- 
tinued in the active practice of liis profession, with the ex- 
ception of a brief residence in .Springfield in the same state. 
Children -.—Edgar Everett, b. 19 Oct. 1864, in Springfield, is 
a graduate of the Case School of Applied Science, and is an 
electric engineer with the Brush Company, New York City ; 



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Arthur Leary, b. 15 Dec. 1868, in Cleveland, is a graduate 
of the Case School, and is a chemist in the chemical depart- 
ment of the Cleveland Varnish Company ; Charles Albert, h. 
Feb. 1870; Herbert S2:)encer, h. 17 Feb. 187:1 

Louis.^., b. 2 Mar. 1831 ; m. 20 Dec. 1855, William P., son of 
John and Lucy (Barker) Southwortli, b. 27 Mar. 1819, in East 
Iladdam, Conn. lie went to Cleveland, O., when quite young 
and has been engaged in the grocery Imsiness in that city 
for over thirty years, his eldest son being in partnershij) 
with him. Children born in Cleveland : — William Jeremiah, 
b. 10 Mar. 1857 : Mary Louisa, b. 20 Oct. 18.59 ; Frances, b. 
16 Jan. 1864 : Otis Stark, b. 14 June 1871. 

Hannah Bingham, b. 15 Dec. 1832 ; m. in St. Louis, Mo., 19 
June 1865. William Nye, son of Franklin and Abigail (Nye) 
Clark, b. 1 Jan. 1833, in Sandwich. Mass. She was gradu- 
ated from Antioch College, Yellow Springs. O.. in 1858, and 
was for six years a teacher in the St. Louis High School. 
He is in the canned goods business in Eochester, N. Y. 
Children :— Frank Eugene, b. 8 Aug. 1867, in Cleveland, O. : 

. HouKird William, b. 16 Sept. 1871. in Cleveland: Helen 
Louise, b. 7 Feb. 1874, in Cleveland ; Mabel Adelaide, b. 8 
Mar. 1876, in Rochester. 

Rosamond, b. 4 Nov. 1834 ; is unmarried and resides in Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 
. LrCY Maria, b. 13 Dec. 1837 ; m. 20 Feb, 1860. George Caiter, 
son of Isaac and Ann (Carter) Richardson, b. 30 Oct. 1831, in 
Springfield, O., who d. 9 Mar. 1864, in Springfield. She was 
graduated from Antioch College in 1870, since which time 
she has been a teacher in the St. Louis High School. Child : 
— George Mann, b. 3 Oct. 1S63, in Springfield, O., was gradu- 
ated from Lehigh University in 1886, and is now at Johns 
Hopkins L^niversity. 

Lypia Eugenia, b. 4 Feb. 1840 ; m. 8 July 1864, Jerome W. 
Pierce, and d. 22 Mar. 1866, in Springfield, Vt.. leaving no 
cluldren. 



480. IcHABOD Champiox {And/'eic"\ rsn(eP\ Ilenn/^, 
Thnnas^,, ITenn/y born 25 Marcli ISOl, in East Haddanu 
Conn.; died 11 Jnne 1874, in Eock Creek Village, Ohio; 
niarried in East Iladdam, 11 October 1830 Luckktia Coffix, 

daughter of Capt. Annuel and Marv Coffin, born 1813. in 

XantiK'ket, R. I.; died 28 April 1887. in liock Creek Village. 

Ichabod Champion in early life had a fondness for trade, 
and when still a young man went to Cleveland. Ohio, then a 
small village, where his elder brother ha<l preceded him. The 
two brothers formed a business partnership which was contin- 



I 37-1 CIIAMriON GENEALOGY. 

i 

I ued for six years. Tlieir father was settled in "Rome, in the 

' Ij same state, and as he was iietiing to 1)0 an old man was anxious 

i to have lehabod come and live with him on the homestead. 

I Mr. Cham])i(in, therefore, dissolved the partnershi}) and removed 

I to Kome, but after the death of his parents, as he did not 

i G^'ijox agricultural pui'suits. he sold the farm, and in ls.58 

i moved to Kock Creek, a village two miles from his former 

:,. home. Here he conducted a successful husiness for a number 

i of years. At the time of his death Mr. Champion was Presi- 

! . dent of the Savings iJank in Rock Creek. 

i / cniLDKEN noKN IX ROMK, oiiio: 

] i. Lydlv, b. 1831 ; d. younp;. 

.' ii. John Bautlktt. b. —Sept. 1S;J7 ; m. 18G5. Emma Burritt, who 

I rl. — Mar. isTU, a dan. having: died in infancy. He resides 
in Rock Creek. 
439. iii. Albert Coffix. b. 8 Nov. 1811 ; m. Georgie H. Lawton. 

( iv. Fkederick, born 1840 : d. young. 

■ Lucy Clarissa (an adopted daughter) b. about 1S48 ; m. 10 

i Mar. 1874, Henry F.urotus Noble, of Morgan. O. [see "'Noble 

I Gen.'"]. 

1 431. Mary Champion {AnJ^-eu:'-', l^,'atP\ Ilennf, Thoma^% 

I Henrif)^ born 28 January ISoO, in East Iladdam, Conn.; 

I died 24 April iSoH, in Rome, Ohio; was married in Rome, 

) 9 Januarv 1831. to Tkavis Ayer ^Iiller, son of Richard and 

I Phebe (Beckwith) driller, born 31 December 1790, in East 

|, I-yiiie, Conn. 

! ^Ir. Miller is a retired farmer and resides in Austinburg, 

I . Ohio. 

! [J/ ///('/'] CHILDREN BORN IN ROME, OHIO : 

I 1. William Baixridge. b. l.l July 1833 : m. Emily Howell, of 

I • Covington, Ky. He is secretary and treasurer of the Mutual 

j Gas Company of Detroit. Mich. 

[ ii. Mary. b. L' July lS3r, ; m. Joseph G. Standart. of Detroit. He 

I is in the uiiolesale hardware busine^s in Detroit. 

[ 432. RiioDA A XX (^HAMi'iox {Ii\>(hcn Jf'\ n>^>(hea''\ LrccP', 

|. Ihnrif^^ lltoiiui.-^, JLiiri/), born 12 (^etober 182.5, in ]\rendon, 

\ X. Y. ; died 14 February 1878, in ^Milwaukee, Wis.; M'as mar- 

i ried in Coldwatcr, ^Hch., 5 February l8r.5, to G?:oRr.E Mil- 

I LARD, son of Jesse and Lucinda (Loomis) JNIillard, of Pittstield, 

f !^^ass., born 23 ]May 1>^1('), in Moravia, N. Y. 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 375 

Mr. ^[illard after a mercantile career of many years in Mich- 

iL^an and AVifcun.-in La* retired fr^jiu Lusiness and resides in 

.Mil\vaid<ee. 

\_MiUai'd] cniLDiJEN : 

i. Frederick; Champion, b. 11 Feb. 1850, in Detroit. Mich. ; m. in 
Milwaukee, U May 1883, Nellie A. Bently, h. 1.2 Apr. I860, 
who d. 23 Fell. 1885. He is in the insurance business in ^lil- 
waukee. Cliikl :— A daughter, b. 25 Jan. 1885, in Milwau- 
kee, d. same day. 

ii. Alfred Fillmore, b. 20 Dee. 1857, in Detroit ; m. in Mil- 
waukee, 1 Nov. 1883, Fannie Ogden, b. 3 Mar. 1801. He is in 
the grocery business in Milwaukee. Children •.—Fillmore, b. 
81 Aug. 1884; WaUacc Cluunpion, h. 9 :Mar. 1886: Ralph 
Brooka. h. 2 Aug. 1887 ; Frederick George, h. 19 June 1889. 

iii. Mary, b. 11 Nov. 1859, in Watertown, Wis. 

iv. Harry, b. 13 Oct. 1^61. in Monroe, Wis. ; d. 26 Oct. 1801. 

V. FiiAXK Hopkins, b. 21 Oct. 1SG3. in Milwaukee, 

433. Harriet Ousely Champion- {Bealtn J}^'\ Jiexl/tn^'-^, 
L^i'aeP\ JFenrif\ Thomas^, Ihnrf), born 10 April 1827. in 
Ithaca. X. Y; died 2 April 1^7'J. in Coldwater, ]\Licb. ; was 
married in Coldwater, 20 Xoveml»er 1843, to Col. Henry 
C'larke Gir.p.ERT, son of Judge Daniel and Harriet (Clarke) 
(lilbert, of Coldwater, born 14 July 1818, in Salina, X. Y. ; 
died 24 May 1804, in Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Mr. Gill)ert accompanied his father to Coldwater in 1842, 
soon after his admission to the bar. In 1844 be was appointed 
Prosecuting Attorney for Branch Connty, an otKee which he 
retained for six years. In 1850 he became attorney for tbe 
Michigan Southern Ilailroad Company. Soon after this he 
was appointed by President Pierce Indian Agent to the Chip- 
pewas. with head<piarters on Lake Superior. His policy was 
huiiume and >iiccessful. and he was influeutial in bringing 
about the La Point Treaty with the Chiiipewas in 18,"^4. He 
then re>unied his professional busine^s. 

On September 5. 1802. the Xineteenth Pegiment ]\[icliigau 
Volunteers was mustered into the United States service : Mr. 
Gilbert was made its Colonel, and the regiment was immedi- 
ately attached to the First Division, Army of the Ohio. Their 
tirst engagement was the sanguinary affair at Th<>mpson*s Sta- 
tion, Tenn., March .'», Is03, where, after a gallant tight, lack of 
ammunition alone forced the Union forces to surrender. U})on 



376 CHAMPION' GEXEALOGY. 

Colonel Gilbert offerinii- hh sword tn las captor, the latter 
refused it, saviiiy;, '•An ollieer so brave, with a reo-inieiit so ical- 
lant, deserves his sword!" After being confined in Li 1)1 a- 
Prison, Colonel Gilbert and other prisoners were exchanged on 
May 5th. and on the Sth of June the re'giuient was reorgan- 
ized at Camp Chase, Ohio. It then did post duty at McMinn- 
ville, Tenn., until April 21, 1S04, when it was ordered to join 
the army about entering upon the Georgia campaign. Ou 
May 15tii, at the battle of Eesaca, Colonel Gilbert fell mortally 
wounded while gallantly leading his men in a charge on a four- 
gun battery. He was conveyed to Chattanooga, where he ex- 
pired on the 24:th. 

[CrUhi/i] CHILDKKX BORX IN COLDWATKR, MICH. : 

i. Lucy, b. 5 Sept. 1844 ; d. 18 Oct. 18Go ; uniuarried. 

ii. Frederick, b. 18 July 1846: d. 1 Nov. IS')!). 

iii. Grace, b. 24 Aug. 1849 : m. in Cokhvater. 20 Jan. 1869. as sec- 
ond wife, Charles Alnion. son of Ephraim and Aurilla 
(Frank j Spaulding, b. 26 Nov. 1889, in Middlebury. Vt. He 
is a merchant in Cold u-ater. Children •.—i7^/(fc'/^» Laura, h. 
20 July 1872; Louise Adcle. h. 15 Aug. 18T4 : Xina Rosa- 
mo7id, b. 5 Aug. 1876 : Charles Almon, b. 20 Jan. 1883. 

iv. RoSAMOXD, b, 3 June ISjI : m. in Coldwater, 29 Oct. 1879, 
George James Wilder, M.D., a graduate of Ann Arbor Uni- 
versity. She d. 4 Apr. 1881. leaving no children. He resides 
in Englevvood (Chicago). 111. 

V. Nora, b. 21 Apr. IS.jS : m. in Coldwater, 4 May 1873. Willis 
Corydon, son of James Hulbert and Charity (Hilli Marsh, b. 
23 Jan. 1853, in Sodus, N. Y. He is an artist in Coldwater. 
Children :—ZeUa Matj. b. 5 Sept. 1874 ; Grace Gilbert, b. 22 
May 1881, d. 3 June 1881 : Philip Carlton, b. 13 June 1888. 

vi. Ja>I£S. b. 10 Nov. 1855 ; d. 4 Feb. 1871. 

vii. Philip, b. 29 Oct. 1S60 ; m. in St. Paul, Minn.. Alcetta Tink- 
ham. He is a lawyer in St. Paul. 

viii. Henrv Clarke, b. 31 Aug. 1862. 

434. PIexrv Beckwith Champion (Eeuh'), J.^-^. li^'/hen^'-"', 
Isn'tT^K jrri>r>/\ Thomas'', IL:iin/),hoY\\ «> January 1S->1. in 
Kewtiehl, X. Y. ; nuirried in Hudson, Mich., 12 June lS5t), 
Elizabeth :^[KRRILI„ daughter of David and Margaret I Riphen- 
bury) Merrill, <»f Paterson, N. J., liorn 23 October ls34, in 
Paisinville, Mich. 

Henry Peckwiih Champion at an early age entered the 
milling business with which he was for a number of years 



CHAMPiox gexp:alogy. 377 

prominently identified. On Feliruary 2, ISO-t, lie eiilisted as a 
; private in Company F, Fonrth liegiment ^Michigan Volnnteers. 

and sei'ved nntil his discharge. Septendjer 27, lbC>r>. lie was 
Avonnded during the latter part of the summer of 18^4. After 
leaving the army ^[r. Cham])ion Avas engaged in the wagon 
business until his removal to Kansas, where he turned his 
attention to farming. lie settled in Belvidere, Kiowa County, 
of which he was Justice of the Peace and postmaster, where 
he resided until January 1, 1891, when he rennned to Point 
View. Pawnee County. 

CHILD1:EN BOIiX IX HL'DSON, MICH.: 

i. INEY Alice, b. 3 Apr. ISoT ; d. 26 Dec. 1863, in Pittsford, Mich, 
ii. Fred Beasom, b. 12 Dec. 18.)8. 

435. Hox. John Pobert CiiA:MrioN {Iieuhert J^''\ /r*t^?/Jt ;«^^, 
Israel-', ITenry^\ Thomas\ Henry'), born 12 January 1833. in 
Newfield, ^\ Y. ; married in Cold water. ]\Iicli., 2 July 1802. 
Mary Ui-ham, daughter of Hiram and Delphi (Xash) Upham. 
born 22 September 1837, in Ilauiilton. X. Y. ; died 14 Ocrol>er 
1884, in Coldwater. 

John Eobert Champion engaged in business for himself at 
an early age. but gave up mercantile pui'suits in 1857, and two 
or three years later began to study law ; being graduated from 
the Law School of the University of Michig^an in 1801. At 
the outbreak of the Civil War he enlisted in the Union Army 
and served throughout the war. On his return home he en- 
gaged in business for some time, but finally resumed the prac- 
tice of law in 1874. He has been three times elected Mayor of 
Coldwater, as well as County Prosecuting Attorney, antl has 
held many other local ofiices. 

■•The death of Mrs. Champion lias cast a gloom over many hearts. 
Slie was one of the noblest and best of women, of superior taste and 
culture. A member of St. 31ark"s Episcopal Church slie was one of its 
most faithful and eflicient workers, and her cheerful face and willing 
hands will be sadly missed not only by the good people of St. Mark's, 
but by many others who have been the recipients of her ministrations 
of sj'mpathy and attention in times of alHiction and trial. She was 
one of the incorporate members of the Ladies" Library Association and 
its corresponding secretary, and to her untiring and well directed laliors 
tlie present popular citj' library is largely indebted. Her last words 
were most comforting to her friends and her greatest grief was the 



378 CHAMPION genp:alogy. 

separation from her family. She was the only sister of Mrs. Charles 
Upson, wife of JuJi^'e Ujison. and her inseparable companion. Their 
dear old mother, :Mrs. Uphani, who was at that time living with :\Irs. 
Champion, says it is the first death among her five children."— [Co/*/- 
ivater Neicspapc.] 

CIIILDKEX BORN IX COLI>\VATEK, :MKII. ". 

i. Charles Upham. b. 13 Oct. 1864 ; was graduated from the Law 
Department of the University of Michigan in ISS'^. and is 
practicing his professioji in partnership with liis father. 

ii. Sidney, b. 1'' July 18T5. 

430. Dr. Xorton Rece.en Champion {Ueuljen Jf^^, J2tulen^^\ 
I.sraeP\ IIenrif\ Thoina.'^\ IJeuinf), Lorn 4 ^^larcli lS3s, in 
Coldwater, :\rieli. ; married in Coldwater, 5 ^\-a\ ISCis, Helen 
Aegesta Dibp.le, daughter of Chai-les and Louisa Sally (IJene- 
dict) Dibble, born 10 Octol)er 1S44, in Meredith, X. Y. 

Dr. Xorton lieuben Champion eidisted in August, 1801. in 
Company ]>, Furty-fourrh IJegiment Illinois ^''olunteer^ to 
serve three years. lie was Avitli Fremont in Southwestern 
Missom-i. and was then transferred to Pope's command at 
Corinth. He fought under Sheridan ; and was with Sherman 
on the ]\[areh to Atlanta. Upon his return from the war he 
entered the American Eclectic Medical College in Cincinnati. 
Ohio, and after being graduated from that institution engaged 
in the practice of his profession. In 1ST7 he removed to 
Pleasant Gap, ]Mo., his present residence. They have no 
children. 

437. Kate Cieoipion {li,:uhen J.''^\ Rcihtii^'^ IsracPK 
I[enrif\ Thomo.^. Ihnu'if\ born 4 Decend)er 18.:>2, hi Tomp- 
kins Center, ^NFich. ; was married in Homer, :Mich., 11 October 
1874, to TiK.MAs Vernon, son of AVilliam and Ann iHolland) 
Vernon, born L February 1847, in Crew, England. 

^[r. Vernon enli>ted in Company I. 157th KegimeTit Xew 
Vork Volunteers, being enrolled Septend>er 13, 1804, and served 
until his discharge at Charleston, S. C, duly lu, 1805. He has 
been for many years, au<l is at [tresent. conducting a successful 
hotel business in Day City, ]\[ich., where they reside. 

[Fe/ViO^] child born in coldwater, MICH.: 

i. Arthur Champion, b. 22 Nov. 18T"). 



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438. ]\fAKY IIyt>k CiiAMiMox ( Tituhr/i^'^'^, A )>d)'ttr^''\ hracP\ 
/l</ifi/''\ Thoiiiay', IJcni'if), horn ;;<; Xoveinber 1S!21J, in Cleve- 
huul, Oliii) ; was nuirried m Clo', elaiul, 21 June ls,5,5. to Cuaux- 
CF.Y lIoKATio R<>iJKirr>^ j^n of Cliauucev and Lydia (Al))roi 
Kobei'ts, born IS October 1821, in Aslitabula, Ohi(\ 

They reside in Lansing. Midi. 

\_IiLoh<:rf--<\ CHILDREN HoUX IX I.AXSrX(r, MICH. : 
i. Cauolixe Hyde, b. 10 June isr)6 ; m. in Lansing. '2Z Nov. ISso, 

Clarence Edwin Bement, of the firm of E. Benient and 

Sous, manufacturers of agrieultxiral implements, of Lansing. 

Children born m Lansing : — CoH-s^Oiet', b. 11 Sept. 1881; 

Helen, b. 18 Sept. ISS."). 
ii. Laura Chauxcey', b. 26 July 1855. 

4oO. At.ukkt C'(H-i-ix C'hampiox (I<-Ji(,ih<xl^^''\ Aiuli-ew^''\ IsratPK 
Ileur}/'-, T/oina.s^, IL-nrif), born 8 yoYenil)er 18-11, in lu.nie, 
Oliio; married in Ivoek Creek Villau-e, Ohio, 2.5 September 
186t>, Geoki.ik IIelex La\yti>x daughter of George AVashing- 
ton and Helen ^[aria (Kitteridge) Lawton, l>orn ♦» (October 1843, 
in Salisbury, X. Y. 

Albert OotHii Ohampion enlisted in the Union Army at the 
outbreak of the Civil AVar, serving for two years in a cavalry 
regiment, during which time he was wounded in the arm. 
About l.^To he removed to California and settled near Santa 
Barbara. His present address is Oakland, Cal. 

CIIIEDKEX : 
i. Louis Frederick, b. 30 July ISOO. in Rock Creek. O. 
ii. Albert Bex, b. 8 Dec. 1873. in Visalia, Cal. ; d. 27 Aug. 188<L 
iiL Robert Fox. b. 7 Aug. lnVi. in Visalia. 



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BRANCH OF 

REVEREND JUDAH CHAMPION, 

OF LITCHFIELD, COXX., 

A grf:at-geandsox of the settler. 



BRANCH OF 

REVEEE^^D JUDAH CHAMPIOX 



22. ]aev. JiDAH Champion (nc/u'//^'\ TJiomas^^ Ilen/'i/^), biorn 
J) August 172lt. iu P]ast Iladdam, Couu. ; died S October ISIO, 
in Litchfield, Coun. ; married in Xew Milford, Conn., 4 Jan- 
uai'v 1T5S, Elizabeth Welch, daughter of Paul and Jerusha 
( I'rouson) AVelch. born IT (by bilde, 23 by town hi>t.) October 
1736, in New Milford ; died 3«) October bS23. in Litchfield. 

Eev. Judah Champion from his youth was distinguished for 
his integrity, truthfulness, and scru}>ulous regard for duty. 
Daring his college course he missed pi-ayers h^it once, and then 
his delinquency was occasioned by a senior who purposely im- 
posed on him a duty that he could not perform without being- 
absent from chapel exercises. AVhen he made his explanation 
to the professor, the latter said, " Champion, you need never 
give any excuse for absence from prayers again." He was 
graduated from Yale College in 1751 and immediately entered 
upon his life's work — the Christian Ministry, On February 
2G, 1753, the town of Litchfield voted him a call, to succeed 
the Ilev. Timothy Collins who had been the first pastor of the 
village, £2,000 old tenor being voted as his settlement and £*sO<) 
old tenor as his yearly salary. ]\Ir. Champion accepted the call, 
and was ordained pastor of the First Church in Litchfield on 
July 4,1753; his parish comprised Xorthfield, South Farms 
^^[orris) and ]Milton. Lie proved to be an able and popular 
minister, and continued there in the ])astoral office until 1708, 
when he resigned from his official position in the church, but 
continued to reside in Litchfield as pastor emeritus until his 
death. 

* " Short, erect, \\-ith an elastic step and dignified gait ; he 
had a frank and open countenance, and a clear straightforward 



• The follnwiuir biojjrrapliiciil sketch of Rf\'. Mr. Charupiou was prepared by his 
frranddaughter Mrs. Anna E. Langdoa shortly before her death. 



j 3Si CHAMPIOX GENEALOGY, 

r 

I look, that bespoke botli hk sincerity and fearlessness. Earnest 

] and eloquent, he exercised unl)0unded influence over his parish, 
and was looked up to with love and reverence l>y younir and 
old. His power in prayer was so reniaikable that whenever 

j anyone within Ids extensive parish felt it necessary to send for 

I a pliysician lie sent also for the pastor to pray with the sick, 

j having an almost superstitious l)elief in the eflicacy of his 

: '••fervent prayer." A thorouo-h scholar, numy distinguished 

j - men fitted for college under him, 

; Ardent in his feelings, and hating every form of oppression. 

; he lent the weight of personal character and his eloqnent 

I tongue to the cause of the Colonies. His prayers for their 

: success in the contlict on which they had entered were so fer- 

1 vent and thrilling as at times completely to electrify his con- 

i gregation. On one occasion, Major Tallmadge was passing 

! through Litchfield with a regiment of cavalry. Eeachino' the 

; village Saturday night, they remained over the Sal)bath and 
attended Mr, Champion's church. The presence of the armed 

i troopers in the house brought before the patriotic pastor more 

1 vividly than e^er the struggle that was wasting the land, and 

I the more terrible contiicts awaiting it when the veteran iiosts 

i reported to be on their way to con(pier them should arrive. In 

j ' his morning prayer he referred to this prospective hostile inva- 

! sion, the overwhelming nund)ers that composed it, the cruel 

I purpose for which it was set on foot, and the haughty, sc<_'rnful 

I spirit of those who carried it on. He spoke of their enmitv 

I to the American Church, and the ruin to religion which their 

I success would accomplish ; of congregations scattered, churches 

I burned to the ground, and the Lord's people made a hissino- 

I and a by-word among their foes, until his own feelings and 

[ those of his hearers were roused into intense excitement in 

} view of the great wrong and sufferings designed for them and 

^ the Church of God, and he bui-st forth : 

I '• O Lord I we view with terror the approach of the enemies 

t of Thy holy religion. Wilt Thou send stoi'ni and tempest to 

i' toss them upon the sea, and to overwhelm them in the mii)::htv 

f; deep or to scatter them to the uttermost parts of the earth. 
But perad venture, should any escape Thy vengeance, collect 
them together again, O Lord I as in the hollow of Thy hand, 

.'■;' and let Thy lightnings play u])on them, We do beseech Thee, 



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CHAMPION GEXEALOGY. 385 

moreover, tliat Thou do gird up the loins of these Tliv servants 
who are going forth to fight Thy battles. Make them strona- 
Turn, that one shall chase a thousand, and two put ten tliousand 
to llight. liold before them the shield witli which Thou wast 
wont in the old time to protect Thy chosen people. Give them 
Kwift feet, that they may ]»ursue their enemies, and swords 
terrible as that of Thy desti-oying angel, that they mav cleave 
them down. Preserve these servants of Thine, A^lmighty God ! 
and bring them once more to their homes and friends, if Thou 
canst do it consistently with Thy high purpose. If, on the 
other hand. Thou hast decreed that they shall die in battle, let 
Thy spirit be present with them, and breathe upon them, that 
they may go up as a sweet sacrifice into the courts of Thy 
temple, where are habitations prepared for tliem from the foun- 
dations of the world.' 

At this remote period it is impossible to inuigine the state of 
excitement in which the country was thrown ])y the openino- 
Kcenes of the Eevolution. Important news traveled at that 
time by couriers, and eyes were constantly turned up and down 
the streets for swift riders bearing intelligence big with the fate 
of the Colonies. 

One pleasant Sabbath nu)rning the inhabitants of Litchfield 
had gathered to the sanctuary, the streets were deserted, and 
not a living thing broke the serenity and stillness that reio-ned 
in the (piiot village. The services had already commenced and 
the solenm strains of the morning hymn had just died awav, 
and the clear tones of ^Nlr. Champion's voice were echoing 
through the consecrated place, when the clatter of a horse's 
hoofs coming at a furious rate down the street arrested everv 
ear. The animal was covered with foam, but the eager rider 
spared not the spur as he pressed straight for the meeting 
house. Alighting at the door, he flung the ])ridle on the horse's 
neck, and entering the porch, ^^•alked rapidly up the center 
Hi.^le, and amid a hu>h like that of death ascended the pulpit 
J-teps and handed Mr. Champion a pa])er. The excited pa>tor 
cast his eye over it, and then arose and announced to the still 
more excited congregation that St. John had l)een taken l)y the 
American troops. • St. John is taken,' exclaimed tlie ])atriot, 
and lifting his eyes to heaven burst forth, ' Thank God iov the 
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I 3SG CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

1- victory '/* The chorister who sat opposite in the gallery could 

j > not contain hi= joy, I'-ut clapping his hands vigorously shouted, 

i ' Amen and amen.' 

\ f After the iirst excitement was over, the pastor proceeded to 

' - read the entire comnumication. It stated that our army was 

I in a sulYering condition, destitute of clothing, without stockings 

i or shoes, while in that latitude, the latter i)art of Xovemher 

I had brought all the rigors of winter, and that with bare lacera- 

1 ted feet they were soon to march to Quel»ec. Sorrow and pity 

1 took the place of exultation, and generous sympathetic eyes 

i filled with tears on every side. There was scarcely a dry eye 

^ among the females of the congregation. As soon as the audi- 

; ence was dismissed, they were seen gathered together in excited 

■' oToups, and it M-a'^ evident some scheme was on foot that would 

not admit of delay. The re.^ult was, that when the congrega- 
tion assendtled in tlie afternoon, /lOt a iroman was to le seen. 
\ ' The men had come to church, but their earnest nol»le wives and 

I dautjhters had taken down their hand-cards, drawn forth their 

I • spinning-wheels, set in motion their looms, while the knitthig 

I and sewing needle were plied as they never were plied before. 

* It was a st'range spectacle to see that puritan Sabbath turne<I 

I h\h) a day of secular work. The pastor was at the meeting- 

I ' house performing those duties belonging to the house of God, 

i and the voice of prayer and hynms of praise ascended as usual 

1 from devout and solenm hearts ; but all through the usually 

i quiet streets of Litchtield the humming sound of the spinning- 

wheel, the clash of the shuttle plying to and fro were heard, 
making strange harmony with the worship of the sanctuary. 
But let it not be supposed that these noble women had gone to 
work without the knowledge of their pastor. They had con- 
sulted with him, and he had given them his sanction and bless- 
I ino;. Nor was their toil enlivened by pleasant conversation 

\ aiKl light talk. Swimming eyes and heaving bosoms were over 

I their work, and lips moved in prayer for the destitute and suf- 

j ferino; .soldiers. The pastor's wife contributed fourteen blaidcets 

1 from'her own stores to the collection. Many years after, when 

j speaking of this event, a granddaughter asked the venerable 

- It must be remembered that it had been besieged six weeks and was considered 

?■ the key of Canafla. . 

\X + Another account appcart-.l in the Stdril of Seventy-Sir, p. 17. : n^ 

i ■ 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



387 



nian liow sucli a desecration of the Sabljatli could 1)C justified. 
I ile- turned on her a re])roving look, and replied, 'Mercy before 

-aciitice.' 

Is it wonderful that a cause which called forth such eiforts 
and .-uch prayers sh<juld succeed ( How superlicially has the 
Auirrican historian studied the Ifevolution. who leaves out of 
his narrative the pulpit and clergy, or fails to give them a 
pt-oiaincnt place? The ex])ress-rider dashing thr.aigh Litch- 
ticld was guilty of no such mistake. Diiving the rowels in his 
panting st'eed,'he dashed straight for the house of God and tlie 
l.ulj.it! lie knew that the clergy were a committee of one in 
every parisli to whom all other committees, aye, ond Provincial 
i Congresses too, looked for symi)athy and su]iport. 

i Xot long after Mr. Champion received on the sanfe morning 

I from various parishioners, who were ignorant of each other's 

intentions, a great many quarters of veal. Mrs. Champion, 
alarmed at the extraordinary supply, informed her husband of 
it, and wanted to know what to do. as it would be impossible to 
preserve such a large (piantity of fresh meat till it was con- 
Muned. 'Nevermind." said the good pastor, 'Providence has 
a meaning in it. There will be occasion to use it in some way 
we do not think of.' Scarce two hours had passed before a let- 
ter was put in his hand from his nephew, Henry Champion, 
.piartermaster in tlie army, statiug that a regiment of soldiers 
would pass through Litchfield that day, and wishing he would 
^ce that a dinner was prepared for them. He innnediately sent 
word round to the inhabitants, who assembled, and soon tables 
were set all through the main street and bountifully provided, 
r.cfore niglit ^^Irs. Champion found that the quantity of veal 
that had distressed her so much had all disappeared. 

When the news of Piourgoyne's invasion sent consternation 
over the land, this i)atriotic pastor could no longer remain at 
home an idle spectator of the contest. Offering his services as 
Chaplain, he was ordered to Tic<jnderoga. He was there dur- 
ing the siege of that fortress, and tied at midinght with the re- 
treating army through the wilderness. Sharing the perils and 
hardsliips of' that disastrous retreat, he at length saw with joy 
1 and thankfulness the army make its determined stand at Sara- 

t-'ga. After the tirst battle, he devoted himself night and day to 
the sick and wounded. The same attention was shown to the 



388 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

wounded Britisli after the surrender of Burgojne. Pie made 
the hospitals his home, for the wretchedness and suffering 
around liim so moved liis heart that he could not rest. The 
sick and dying of whatever nation were to him as lirothers, and 
such was his zeal and self sacrifice that the British otficers, as 
well as our own, returned him their warmest thanks. 

He witnessed the close of the great drama, and when the 
British evacuated Xew York, he returned once more to his 
parish to share in the general joy that swelled the hearts of a 
ransomed peo}>le. 

Kearly at the close of his life he was called u])on to make a 
prayer at a regimental gathering in Litchfield. I have often 
heard my mother, Mrs. John B. Landon, remark, that she 
hoped he would decline, and she ventured to tell him so. She 
was timid, as her father was to sit upon a very splen<lid horse, 
elegantly caparisoned, during the prayer. As ^Ir. Champion 
was an accomplished horseman, his people took great pride in 
having him well ju'ovided on this occasion. He mounted the 
aninu^l from the grouiul, and proceeded to the parade ground, 
wliere he uncovered his head, with the exception of the wig 
which he always wore on such occasions, and, while two colored 
men held the horse's head, my grandfather offered one of his 
wonderful pi-ayers, full of pathos and tenderness, while tears 
flowed freely hut in breathless silence from the crowd. This 
was one of his last efforts in public.'''' 

Mr. Champion was the author of several noted discourses, 
among which may be mentioned a " Brief view of the distresses, 
hardships and dangers our ancestors encountered in settling 
IS'ew England. The privileges we enjoy and our ol)ligation 
thence arising ; with moral reflections thereupon, in two ser- 
mons delivered at Litchfield, on the general fast, 18 April 
lTTt>." (Hartford, 177<>, 4to, pp. 4:4). He also preached 
the Election Sermon of ITTti, on "Christian and Civil Libertv 
and Freedom considered and recommended : a sermon delivered 
"on the day of the Anniversary Election !> ^lav 177<">.'' (Hart- 
ford, 177*5, Svo, ])p. 31)." 



*"At a Genenil Assembly, held 9 May 1770, in Hartford: Or<lere<', That Elisha 
Sheldon, Esu., and Mr. .ledidiah Stronyr return the thanks of this Assembly to the 
RevJ- Mr. Jiidah Champion, for his sermon i>reached before them on the ninth day 
of ilay instant, and desire a copy of the same that it may be printed." 



Pfr^" 



CHAMPION GENKALOGY. 



389 



* * * * 

"Thy Revereiul C/(a ?/;j>/o/i—cliampion of the truth ;— 
I see him yet, as in my early youth ; 
llis outward mnu was rather short than tall, 
His wig was ample : though his frame was small, 
Active his step ; and cheerful was his air, 
And O, how free and fluent was his prayer ! 
He sleeps in peace and hon'or ; but no son 
Vpholds his name."t 

'• But, Mr. Chairman. ^ when alluding to some of the individuals who 
liave be'en so much distinguished in the history of our Country, it will 
,„.t be regarded as invidious if I allude to one who will bo remembered 
by some of you : and whose excellence of character must be known to 
;iil : I allude to the Rev. Mr. Champion, whose venerable appearance is 
deei>ly impressed upon my youthful recollection ; short in stature, with 
a head adorned by a massive wig, a countenance that indicated that sin- 
cerity and purity of purpose that characterized his clerical conduct in 
lite.'* * * ' 

In 

IMciuory of tlie 

Eev. Judali Cliainpion, 

who died 

Oct. S^^' /!> ISIO 

in the S2'' year of his age 

and in the 57*^ year 

of his ministry. 

[Grave stone in the East Burying ground.] 

CniLDKEN r.OKX IN LITCHFIELD, CONN. : 

i. Elizabeth, b. 7 S^pt 1759 ; received a collegiate education 
from her father and taught the Academy in Litchfield, 
which at that time stood on the Glebe Land. She d. 29 
Sept. 1817. in Litchfield ; unmarried. 
I 4 Ki. ii. Ann.v {•' Nancv "), b. 17 Sept. 1763 ; m. John R. Landon. 

iii. Irene, b. 11 Dec. 1772 ; d. 30 Apr. lt^34, in Litchfield : unmarried. 

440. Anna Champion {JudoJr\ ILnir>f\ Thoiiuis\ Ilenn/X 
l.orn 17 September 1703, in Litehtield; died 5 April 1S49, in 

- From tbe Poem delivered at the Litchtkld Centennial, 18.->1, by Kov. John Piei-- 
Vmt. 

t From tbe speech of Hon. Frederick A. TiUlraadtre on the same occasion. 

Tht porliait of Rev. Mr. Champion was painted hy EaH, an English artist, in 
!>■.'. M-hen Mr. Cliampion was sixty years of age. The cost was .?1W. In his will he 
» e<iueathed it to .Judah C. Landon, M.D., his only jrrandson, who died leuvint? it to his 
"Illy >oD, who on his enlistin- in the ['iiion Army in iSiil presented it to his cousin 
•'"liu K.- Laiigdon (now Mrs. Arnold', then rciding in Castleton, Vt., who is the 
ITfS'.'ut owner. 



390 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

Castleton, Yt. ; was; marrierl in LitcliHold, by lier father, 10 
(bj town rec, 11 by bible) January 17'JO, to Jonx Klsskll 
Laxoox, son of James and Lydia (Hotchkis.s) Landon, born 14 
September 1705, in Salisbury, Conn.; died 27 February 1S51. 
in Castleton, \t. 

]\rr. Landon was High Sheriff of Litchfield County from 
ISOl to ISIS. Later, he and his wife removed from Litehtield 
to Castleton, Vermont, where they passed the remainder of 
their lives. 

[Lando}i'] cniLDRKN horn in litciifield, conn. : 

i. Charlotte, b. IG (IS by bible) June 1798 ; m. in Litchfield. 20 
Nov. 1820, James Kane, sou of Gilbert Robert and 3iartha 
(Kane) Livingston, b. May 1798, in Schenectady, X. Y. He 
was graduated from the Litehtield Law School in 1S18. and 
practiced his profession in Newark, N. J. She d. 19 May 
1868, in Newark, and lies buried in Rochester, N. Y. He d. 
25 Dec. 187G, in Newark. Children :—./o7(,'; Landon. h. 21 
Feb. 1822. m. 23 Sept. 18-16, Jane Fellows, of Pen field. N. Y.. 
and d. 4 Apr. 1S90. in Port Jevvis, N. Y. ; Hrnrij Btccl->nan. 
b. 19 Aug. 1823; is unmarried; Cliarlotte, b. 11 July 1823. 
m. 1.1 Aug. I8."r), Jobn Rutherfurd. who d. 21 Nov. 18T1. in 
Newark, N. J. ; she resides in Warrick. N. Y. : Gilbert 
P.oheii, b. 14 Jan. 1830. d. 10 June 1830. in Litehtield; 
WUUani Smith, h. 2 May 1832. d. 26 July 1833; Manj. b. 7 
Jan. 1839. d. 19 Jan. 1839. 

ii. JuDAH Champion, b. 27 July 1800; m. 30 Sept. 1828. Hannah 
Beers, of New Haven, Conn. He entered "Williams College. 
but left in two years and l)egan the study of medicine at 
Castleton ^Medical College where he was graduated in 182-"). 
He practiced las profession in Fairfield, Conn., western New 
York, Kentucky and Indiana, and died at Princeton, in the 
latter state. 8 Jan. 18o7. Child :— William De Forest, b. 23 
Sept. l'^32, was brouglit up in Kentucky ; he was assistant 
po.>tmastor at Vijicennes, Ind., 18.16-61 ; in the latter year 
he enlisted in the L^niou Army and served with, the 14th 
Indiana Regiment ; at the close of the war he entered the 
regular army as a lieutenant: he was drowned while bath- 
ing in the Missouri River at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., 8 July 
1867 ; uimiaiTied. 

iii. Caroli.m: Holaif.s. h. 22 Mar. 1S()2 ; m. in Litchfield. 4 :^Iay 
1N22. Hon. Benjamin Franklin, son of Hon. Chauncey and 
Lucy Nona (Lathrop) Langdon, of Castleton, Vt., b. 12 Oct. 
1798. She d. 4 Nov. 1837, in Castleton, and he married, sec- 
ond, lier sister xVnna (iv). Children born in Castleton : —Laura 
Caroline, b. 4 Feb. 1823, m. 20 Oct. 1843, Chauncey Leeds 
MitchfU. M.D.. b. 20 Nov. 1813, in New Canaan, Conn.; he 



CHAMPION GEXEALOGY. 



391 -^{h 



■was a graduate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
Kevv York, and v,as for a time professor of physiology ami 
obstetrics in Castleton Medical College ; he practiced his pro- 
fession in Brooklyn. N. Y.. until his death; she d. 12 July 
1855; he. d. 8 May ISSS. Ch. : 1. Charles Langdon. b. "^s 
Mar. 1845. was graduated from Yale College in IStJG. and 
from Audover Theological Seminary in 187U ; m. in Andover. 
Mass., 13 July 1871, 3Iargaret B., dau. of Hon. John Tenney, 
of Andover. and resides in Winchester. Mass. : 2. Eliza 
Leeds, b. 14 Dec. 1847, m. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 2tj Mar. 1879, 
John D. Rushmore. M.D., of that city, and d. 11 Apr. 1S84 ; 
Mar]} Anna, b. 1 Oct. 1824, m. 31 July 1850, Joseph Austin 
Sheldon, of San Francisco, Cal. ; Charlotte Livingston, b. 11 
July 1825, d. 10 May 1828 ; CJwuncey, b. 6 Mar. 1828 ; Eli-a- 
betit Chanqvon. b. 3 Jan. 1831, m. 18 Jan. 1851. Henry 
Wilson, of St. Louis. ]Mo. Ch. : 1. Caroline ; 2. Julia : 3 
Mary : Charlotte Livingston, b. 17 Nov. 1832. m. 29 Aug. 
1855. Carlos Smith Slierman, and d. 3 July 1871 ; he and his 
sons are engaged with their extensive liat manufactory in 
Pliiladelphia. Pa. Ch. born in Castleton. Vt. : 1. Charles 
Langdon, b. 22 June 1858, was graduated from Yale College 
in 18S0, and was one of the incorporators of the Philadel- 
phia Alumni Association of which he has been correspond- 
ing secretary; 2. Frederick Smith, b. 24 Oct. 1859. was Jitted 
to enter the Shefiield Scieutilic School of Yale, but preferred 
to engage immediately in business ; 3. Helen Isabel. l>. 1^ 
Feb. 1865, m. July 1890. John Jones, who is in the slate 
business in Castleton. Vt. ; Charles, b. 31 Oct. 1834. m. 17 
Nov. 18(33. Sarah Jane Moulton. and d. 3 Dec. 1871, in St. 
Louis, Mo. Cli. : 1. Charles Albert, of Kansas City, Mo. ; 2. 
Lillie Caroline : 3. Helen ; Julia Russell, h. 24 Feb. 1837. m. 
28 Jan. 1870, Prof. Denham Arnold, of Washington Uni- 
versity, St. Louis. Mo. Ch. : 1. Benjamin Franklin. 

Anna Elizabeth, b. 10 (11 by bible) July 1804 ; m. in Litch- 
field, as second wife. 18 Feb. 1839, Hon. B. F. Langdon 
(above), u-ho d. 31 May 1862, in Castleton. Vt. She d. 26 
July I8>!9,'in Castleton. Children :—iMe/i Claij, b. 25 Dec. 
1844. d. 4 Aug. 1847 ; Robert, h. 28 Sept. 1817, d. 29 Jan. 1819. 

Mary. b. 14 Dec. 1809: m. in Castleton, Vt.. 21 Aug. 1840, 
Rev. Edward J. Hallock. who d. 11 Sept. 18G6. in St. Louis. 
Mo. She d. 5 Apr. 1861, in Castleton. Child :—Edu-ard 
Landon, b. 14 Julv 1845, resides in Oak Park. 111. 



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OTIIEE FAMILIES OF CHAMPIONS, 



THE l^EAVTOX, XEAV JERSEY, 
CHAMPIO:XS.-"- 



1. John CiiAMPioxf and his brother Thomas'!; emigrated 
from Eiio:land about the year 1G7<) and settled in lloui-tead. 
Queens County,' Long Island. Three years later they were both 
imprisoned for the non-payment of military taxes. The tax 
list of ins,!» is evidence that John Champion then owned IS" 
acres of land. At that time there were one hundred and sixty 
taxpayers, and he was the only one of the name there. 

As soon as John Fenwick had effected a landing at Salem, 
New Jersey, in lOTS. and the Yorkshire and London Friends 
had fixed upon Ihirlington as the ])Iaee for a town, the settlers 
about Long Island established direct and fre(juent intercourse 
with them, which lasted for many years. 

On May 13, 17<>(i, Henry Fi-anklin conveyed to ''John 
Champion, of Hemstead, Queens County. Long Island, in the 
State of Xew York," a tract of three hundred and thirty acres 
of land l\*ing on the north side of Cooper's Creek, in AVater- 
ford (now Delaware) ti:iwnshi]>, Camden County,v? ]S'ew Jersey. 
Thither the said John Champion soon removed. His house 
stood near the s}»ot where one of the roads leading from Bur- 
lington to Philadelphia crossed Coo})er's Creek, and where 
travelers had much troulde in crossing the stream. It is re- 

* Mr. Kiobard B. Champion, of Camclen, X. J., has kindlj- fuiui^hed much of the 
following- sketch. 

•••"Joha riiarapion m. 12 .Ian. lTUi-2(i, Martha Wallicr, of Woodbridjre, N. .1." 

% Flo is sniijiosed to have left no <lrsccndants. 

Jonathan Champion, probaljli' connected with the New .Tersey family, liad a 
daughter P'rances hapt. 7 Jan. li»~. At Now York, 10 Oct. ITuJ, John Jusrell pro- 
cured u license to marry Frances Champion. 

A Mary Champion of Westbury, N. Y., ra. in Jerich(3, N. Y., 1 Sept. I'i'.tS, Martyn 
Jervjne, of Philadelphia. 

A Mary ( bampion m., in If.'s, Jonathan Bolton. 

Some account of thi.s family aiii)ears in Clement's "New ton. New Jersey, Settlers." 

* Camden County was taken from Old Ciloucester Countj- in 1>41; Atlantic County 
was taken from Old Gloucester \i\ 1S;38. 



396 CHAMPION GEXEALOGY. 

corded in one of tlie old minute books of Old Gloucester, that 
"John Champion makes great complaint of his great charge in 
setting people over Cooper's Creek at his house, whereon y'' 
Grand Jury propose that in case y* said John Champion will 
find sufficient convenience to put people over at all seasons, the 
said Champion may take for ferriage as follows : For tM'o per- 
sons together, two pence per head ; for one single person, three 
pence; and for a man and horse, five pence. To whicli x" 
bench assents.'" 

In 171S his wife died, and in April of that year he divided 
his landed e>tate between his sons Kobert and ^S'athauiel by a 
line running from the Creek " into the woods," and made each 
a deed beai-ing the same date — April 24th. He alst> made a 
will bearing the same date in which he left the remainder oi 
his estate to his son Thomas and daughter Phebe, and made his 
son Eobei't his sole executi.^r. 

John Champion died in 1727. At that time his son Ruliert 
was a resident of Philadelpliia, and both he and his wife died 
soon after his father, and before the will was olfered for pr<)- 
bate. The second son Xathaniel proved the writing and as ad- 
ministrator settled the estate in 17o0. 

cniLDRp:x : 

2. i. Robert, m. . 

ii. Elizabeth, m. John, son of Richard Wright, of Coojier's Creek. 

3. iii. Nath.i^iel, m. Mary . 

iv. Thomas, probably died unmarried. 
V. Phebe. 

2. IioiJP:RT Champion, married , and died in 1727, in 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

CHILD : 

4. i. Peter, b. 1716 ; m., 1st, Hannah Thackara ; 2d, Ann Ellis. 

3. Xathaxiel CiiA^fPioN, married, previous to 171S, Mary 

, and died in 17-lS, leaving his whole estate to his 

widow, who died in 1772. 

CHILDREN : 

i. Nathaniel, was living in Camden, N. J., in 1772. 

ii. Elizabeth, m., in nriO, John Barton, of Cooper's Creek. She 

inherited the old homestead from her mother, which remained 

in the Barton family until IbGO. 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 397 

iii. Benjamin, m.. in 1748, Ann Hewitt. They had :—Samiiel and 
Eh'rts, liotb of wlioni married in the Friends' Meeting, but are 
believed to have left no sons. 

iv. Thomas, na.. in 1760, Deborah, dau. of "William Clark. He 
Avas a tailor and settled in Haddonfield, N. J. He left one son, 
Samuel, who m. Deborah Zane, and died leaving one son, 
Thomas, who died in 1847, leaving one son, Nathaniel, who 
died in 18G4, in Philadelphia. Pa., unmarried : SuraJi* 

-t, Petkr CIrA^rl'I(>^^ born in 1710; died in 174"..> ; married, 
1st, in 17-10, Hannah Tliackara, dang] iter of Benjamin Thaek- 
l ara. He married, 2d, in 174(). Ann Ellis, dangliter of Simeon 

Ellis. She married, second, in 1751, John Stokes, and marrie'l, 
third, in 170»1, Samnel Mnrrell. 

CHILD 1!Y Tin: 2d MAEL'IAGE I 

o. i. Joseph, b. 1747 ; m., 1st, Rachel Colluis : id. Rutli Brown. 

5. Joseph Cha:mpiox, born in 1747; died in 1818; married, 
1st, in Haddonlield, X.J,, in 1770, Radiel Collins, danghter of 
Samnel and Eosanna (Stokes) Collins, born 24 Deeend»er 17r)<); 
died in 17S2. He married. 2d. in Januarv 1784, Enth Brown, 
daughter of Eiehard Brown. He was a higldy respected maiE 
All of his descendants have been prominent .socially, although 
none of them have sought public otiice. 

children by the 1st MAKRIACrE: 

i. Samuel Collins, b. in 1772: m., in 1798. Elizabeth, dau, of 
Joseph Mickle, and d. Feb. 1847. His children were all 
daughters, only one of whom ever married -.—Rebecca, m. 
Joseph "VV. Cooper and had : Samuel Champion, now residmg 
in Camden, N. J. 

f ii. Mary, b. in 1774; m., in 17!j6. Benjamin :\rorgan, and had :— 
I Joseph, who had an only child : Benjamin, now residing in 
I Philadelphia : Charles, went West in 1830, and left a family : 
I Hebecca, m. Isaac Mickle, and had one child : Col. Isaac. 
t iii. William Cooper, b. in 1776 : m. . and d. in 1858. Child- 
ren :—Jo/i?i B., h. 1811, m., in 184i». Coulterer. of 

Philadelphia, Pa., and has two unmarried sons residing in 
that city; JoscpJi, h. 1813, resides in Iowa; unmarried: 

RaJiel, m. and resides in Camden. N. J. 

iv. Joseph, b. 25 Dec. 1782 ; m.. in 1809. Sarah, dau. of John Bur- 
rough, and d. in 1847. Shed, in 1860. Cliildren :— A/i/i IP., 
b. ISIO, m., in 1882, Joseph Ellis, of EUisburgh, N. J.: 



♦A Sarah Champion m., iu IT8H, Caleb Atkinsoa. 



398 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

Chalkki/ CoUin.<;. h. 1811. lu., in 1833, Cbristeanna Commo- 
riMvo. rian. of Jolm rMnding. ;ind d. 5? Ahiy 1865. His widow 
resides in Pliiladelpliia. Ch. : I. Joseph C. b. 24 May 1834. 
m.. 1st, 11 July ISGo. Martha McCuUorh, who d. T Sept. 1881. 
leaving one so'n : Harry B., b. 14 July I860; m.. 2d. 4 Mar. 
1884, Theresa R. :McCulloch, and has two daughters : Helen 
Rae. b. 28 May 1885 : Florence Blanche, b. 1 Jan. 1888 : resides 
in Pliiladelphia ; 2. Ellizabeth G.. b. — June 183G : unmarried : 
3. John. b. 1S38. d. same year ; Willicnii Cooper, b. 1812, m.. 
in 1841. Rebecca, dau. of Benjamin M. Howey, and d. in 1880 : 
shed, in 1882. C'ii. : 1. Cliarles S., b. 1813, was a physician 
and served in tlK- Civil War as assistant surgeon in the 7th 
New Jersey Regiment ; m., in 1868. Sarah Jones, and had one 
son and two daugbters, who with their fatlier d. in 1875: his 
widow d. in 1889: 2. Sarah, b. 1854, d. 1883: Elizabeth E.. 
b. 1813; m., in 1838, Geo. H. Hatch, who d. in 1842 ; she d. in 
1886, leaving one child : Charles H.. who resides in Philadel- 
phia : John Burroiigh, h. 1815. m. Keturah. dau. of Bethuue 
'S\. Heuling. and d. in 1884 : they had no children : Jos, pit. 1). 
b. 1816, d. in infancy : Mari/ 31.. b. 1818, m. William Yard : 
Benjamin JI.. b. 1820. m.. in 1856. Mary Ann. dau. of (xen. 
William Irick, and d. in 1879; his widow resides in ^Mount 
Holly. N. J. Ch. : 1. Mary: 2. Ella: Emily, b. 1822. d. 
young : Somuel Collins. \>. 28 Apr. 1824. resides in Philadel- 
phia, unmarried ; Eichard Brown (twin), b. 28 Apr. 1^24, m.. 
in 1855, Mary G., dau. of William E. Kay, and resides in 
Camden, N. J. Ch. : 1. :N[arrietta Kay, b. Oct. 1856 : 2. Sarah 
Josephine, m. June 1884, William Casper Rehn. of Philadel- 
phia, Pa. : 3. Isaac Kay, b. 7 Apr. Ib67. 

CHILDREN BY THE '2t> .-NIAKKIAGE I 
V. Charles, b. in lb8S; m., in 1816. Ann. dau. of Isaac Clement. 

and d. in 1846. She d. in 1850. Children :—Jo.<(q:)/i C. b. 

1817, m., in 1842. Elizabeth, dau. of Benjamin Wilkins, who 

d. in 1866 ; he resides near New Y'ork City. Ch. : Yirginia ; 

John C. b. 1824, m., in 1852, Rebecca, dau. of Jacob Merritt, 

and d. 1877 : his widow resides in Brookh'n. N. Y. Ch. : 1. 

Anna : 2. Charles. 
vi. John. b. in 1^90 ; m. Abigail, dau. of John Butterworth. and 

d. in 1862. She d. in 1870. Children :—.4///m, b. 1840: .4^/- 

(juil, h. 1845 ; who are unmarried and reside in Blount Holly. 

N. J. 
vii. Rachel, b. in 1792; m., in 1816, Isaac, son of Isaac Clement 

(abtvvei. They both d. in 1827, leaving one child -.—Joseph 

Champion, who resides in Philadelphia, 
viii. Benjamlv. b. in 1794 : d. in 1824 ; unmarried. 
ix. RiCHARl' Bkown, b. in 1796: d. in 1^^42 : unmarried. 



p 



THE CAPE MxlY COr:s^TY, XEW 
JEESEY, CTIAMPIOXS.* 



This brandi of the Champion Fainilv is descoiided from 
Thomas Cux^irios, who settled near Tuckahoe, Cape May 
CunntY, Xew Jersey, towards tlie end uf tlie last century. He 
uas of English descent. He was twice married. The name 
of his first wife has not been found, his second wife was 
Ei.izAnETH. Of the tu:cntij-oiie child r<:n of Thomas Champion 
the record of Imt one child, Joseph, has been asccrtained.+ 

Joseph Champion, born about ITSs. near Tuckahoe; died in 
1850, on Lycoming Creek, Pa. : married Ei.TZAin-xn ADA^rs, 
daughter of a Revolutionary soldier of Scotch-Irish descent, 
who died in ISSo, in Warrensville, Pa., aged nearly 90 years. 

Joseph Champion M-as a stove moidder. In ISoT he removed 
with his family to tlie furnace then being built on Pine Creek. 
Lycoming County, Pa. They traveled in a Conestoga wagon 
drawn by six mules ; the trip occupying a week. After re- 
maining at this place for two years he removed to ^fclvinney's 
Eorge, on Lycoming Creek, where he resided until his death. 

His widow Elizabeth survived her husband over thirty years. 
She was a hale and heaity old lady, and was known by her 
neighbors as " Grandmother ( •hampion.'' She made her homo 
with her son ^NEark in AVarrensville, Pa., where she lies buried. 
She was a remarkable woman in many ways and enjoyed the 
best of health up to within a week of her death. 

Thev had ten children — live of whom died in youth. 



* The account of this family has been furnished by Mr. ^fark A. Champion, of 
Williamsport, Pa. Several descendants in other lines were requested to send in 
particulars, but failed to do so. 

•♦■This family was among the first settlers in that section, and has now become 
numerous aloiig the New Jersey coast. 



400 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREX : 

i. Jane, m. John Wesley Budd, captain of a coasting schooner 
trading along the Atlantic coast. He was lost with his ship 
at sea. She resides in Lojalsockvillo, Pa. Children : — F.U W.. 
resides in Willianisport, Pa. ; Joseph C, m. Etta Milnor and 
is a merchant in Loyalsockville. 

ii. Andrew Hunter, b. in 1820 ; m. ]Maria Yoxheimer, and d. in 18>'7, 
in Crescent. Pa. She d. in 1889. Children :— Mary Jane, m. 
Harry Eaglolf ; Amelia, m. Rev. N. Young; Emma. m. Fred- 
erick Hop])er : Rose. ni. George W. Kase ; Annie, m. Francis 
Graham ; Franl-. who died leaving two ch. : 1. Edgar: 2. 
May; William J., deceased; Minnie, deceased; Etta, m. 
William Campbell ; Ruth ; Rebceca. 

iii. Robert C, b. in 1827 ; ra. Catherine Hanger. They had ten 
children, of whom there ai-e living: Mark A. ; William W. : 
Ada C, m. M. T. Milnor, of Warrensville. Pa. ; Haftie : Annis 
M. ; James E., who died leaving two cli. : 1. James ; 2. Mary. 

iv. Mark A., b. in l8o3 : m. Mary Keiser. He is in the insurance 
and real estate business. Children -.—Margaret J., m. James 
B. Krause : Elizabeth M., m. Warren F. Stouck. They all re- 
side in Williamsport, Pa. 

V. William J., b. in lf?40 : enlisted in the Union Army, as a pri- 
vate in Co. C, 107th Regt. Penn. Vols., and d. 12 July 1863, 
from wounds received in the first day's fight at Gettysburg. 



MISCELLA^'EOUS :sEW JEESEY 

champio:n^ s. 



Daniel, Joiiy, and Thomas Champion were soldiers of the 
i Revolution. They enlisted from Gloucester, X. J. 

I Joseph and Thomas Champion were conlined on board the 

f Jersey Prison Ship. 

I The followino; Champions served in Xew Jersey regiments 

I during the Civil AVar. (The place of muster follows the regi- 

', nient.) 

! Clakk S., corporal, Co. B. 12th Regt. OVoodbury.) 

I Edwakd C, private, Co. B, 24th Begt. (Beverly.) 

EzKA, private, Co. G, 3d Cavalry. (Trenton.) 
Geokge, private, Co. B. Sth Begt. (Trenton.) 
John, private, Co. H, 4th Begt. (Trenton). 
John, private, Co. L 12th Begt. ("Woodbury.) 
John C, private, Co. I, 12th Begt. (AVoodbury.) 
Joseph, private, Co. C, 21:th Begt.. (Beverly.) 
Xathan S., private. Co. C, 3Sth Begt. (Trenton.) 
ils'icHOLAS S., sergeant, Co. D, 9th Beg. (Trenton.) 
BiCHAKD, private, Co. B, 2d Begt. (Trenton.) 
lioBERT A., steward, U. S. hospital, Germantown, Pa. AVhile 
there he became actpiainted with the late J. H. Bathbone, of 
Lima, O., then a clerk in the hospital, and together they set 
about forming the first lodge of the Knights of Pythias, which 
was organized at AVashington. D. C, in February, lSti4. 
SoMERs T., captain, Co. B, 25th Begr. (Trenton.) 
Stephen E., private, Co. C and I, 1st Calvary. (Trenton). 
Thomas, private, Co. A, 40th Begt. (Trenton.) 
Thomas S., sergeant, Co. I, 12th Begt. (AVoodbury.) 
William, United States Navy, 

WiLLi-\3t H., 2d lieutenant, Co. I, ."ith Begt. (Trenton.) 
Dan Campion, private. Co. II, 10th Begt. (Beverly.) 
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THE CHAMPIO:^, INDIAXA, 
CHAxMPIOIS^S. 



*Thomas and Joiix Cha^ji'ion, two brotlicrs, came from Eng- 
land to this country towards tlie close of tlie last century and 
settled in Xew Jersey.f They had wealthy relatives by the 
name of Xorth tlien rcsidino- in England. Thomas married 
Elizabeth Exglisox and had two 

CHILPKEX : 

i. Sa>!Uel, b. 1790 : in. Elizabeth Goldeo. 

• ii. Nathaxiel, drowned ; unmarried. 

Samuel Champiox removed from Xew Jersev to 'U'hite 
AYater, Hamilton County, Ohi<>, where he married, in ISOS, 
Elizabeth Golden, who was born near Seymour, Indiana. He 
died aged 52 years, wlien al^out to return to Xew Jersev to 
claim an estate to which he had fallen heir. He had eio-ht 
children boni in White AVater. 

CHILDREX BORX IX WHITE WATER, OHIO : 

i. Mary, b. 181 0;m. 

ii. Eliz.vbeth, b. — — lsi2 ; m. (three times.) 

iii. James, b. 11 Aug. 1S14 ; m. near Brownstown. Ind., Mar. 1837, 
Charity, dau. of Peter and Nancy (Conaway) Whitson, b. 12 
Aug. 1821, near Canaan, Ind. He emigrated from Browns- 
town in 1846 and settled in Jennings County, where he 
founded the town of Champion. He died there, 7 Jan. 1876. 
She died 23 Dec. 1883. in Columbus. Ind. Children :—yancy, 
b. 8 Oct. 1837, m. 28 Oct. 1854. Peter, son of Benjamin and 
Nancy (Emery) Gorbet. b. 10 Feb. 1832, in Ohio, who d. 1 
June 1875, in Champion ; she resides with a family in Cham- 
pion. Ch. : 1. Charity, b. 23 Aug. 1855, d. 1 May 1856 ; 2. James 



* The following sketch has been furnished by Mrs. Flora E. Combs, of Champion, 
Indiana. 

+ Some connection with Thomas Champion of Tuckahoc, X. J., might be presumed. 
Query.— Were they the same? Did not aU the Xew Jei-sey Champions spring- from 
a common ancestor ? 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY, 



403 



Buchanan, b. 7 Sept. 1857, d. 14 Jan. 1858 ; 3. Emma Lillian, 
b. ?« Fob. 1863, (1. « >T'iy l«64 ; 4. laicj' Ellon, b. 21 Mar. 1866, 
m 25 Dec. 1888, James Edward Eucker, b. 19 Oct. 1861, in 
Franklin Co., Ind. ; 5. Ida May, b. 21 Nov. 1867, d. 10 Oct. 
1868 : 6. Minnie Rettio, b. 19 Aug. 1869, d. 1 Mar. 1871 ; 7. 
William Horace, b. 7 Oct. 1872 ; 8. Cora Edith, b. 12 Dec. 
1874; Saviuel, h. 15 Feb. 1840, m., in 1860, Adelia, dau. of 
John Farran, of Champion. Ch. : 1. James Marion, b. 21 
Oct. 1861, m. 20 June 1886, Sadie Blerring, b. 15 Jan. 1867 ; 2. 
Louis, b. in 1863, d. aged 6 mos. ; Flora ElizabetK b. 31 Oct. 
1843, m., 1st. 11 Oct. 1868, William David, son of John and 
'Elizabeth (McPhela) Jolinson, b. 25 Dec. 1843, in Pennsyl- 
vania. Ch. : Jauies William, b. 13 Aug. 1869 ; m., 2d, in Ver- 
non, Ind., 2 Aug. 1880, William S., son of Stephen and 
Martha (Godfrev) Combs, and resides in Champion ; Peter, d. 
aged 6 mos. ; Cordilla Ann, b. 30 Sept. 1846. m. 3 Oct. 1873, 
James Henry, son of Simeon and Elizabeth (Powell) Jones, b. 

15 Oct. 185:s.'in Lawrenceburgh. Ky., who is a supervisor on 
the Pennsylvania Railroad system and resides in Columbus, 
Ind. Ch. : 1. Infant, b. 27 Sept. 1874, d. same day ; 2. Fred- 
erick Clifford, b. 15 June 1878 ; ChariUj, h. 3 July 1848, m. 

16 Nov. 1865, John Barklv, son of Robert and Margaret (Mc- 
Clure) Johnson, b. 10 Mar. 1844, on Ginger Hill, near Monon- 
gahela Citv, Pa., who is a veteran of the Civil ^^ ar and 
resides on his farm in Lovet, Ind. Ch. : 1. Alpharettie. b. 21 
Aug. 1867; 2. Robert Finly, b. 20 Aug. 1^69 ; 3. Camilla, b. 
7 Mar. 1872 ; 4. Lizzie Ellen, b. 26 Oct. 1874 : 5. Maud Mariah, 
b. 24 Jan. 1878 ; 6. Harry Winfield, b. 13 July 1880 ; 7. Guy 
Irven, b. 6 Apr. 1884 ; James Franklin, b. 22 June 1850, m. 
23 Oct. 1873, Lucy Minnucia, dau. of James S. and Mary 
^Wa'-ner) Spaulding, of Grayford. Ind., b. 1 Feb. 1857 ; is 
a foreman on the Pennsylvania Railroad system and resides 

-. in Manilla, Ind. Ch. : 1. James Leslie, b. 31 Mar. 1875 ; 2. 

I Alexander Jerome, b. 28 Mar. 1876; 3. Mamie Anms, b. 26 

Aucr. 1881 ; Wright Wheatly. b. 10 May 1853. m. 3 Jan. 18 <o, 
Annie, dau. of Henry and Mary (Spurgeon)Stader, b. 17 Nov. 
1855, in Columbus. Ind., where he is employed on the Penn- 
sylvania Railroad. Ch. : 1. Mabel Flora, b. 5 Oct. 1875; 2. 
Harry Edward, b. 23 July 1877 ; 3. Annert, b. 17 Aug. 18.9, 
d. 30 Sept. 1882 ; 4. Mary Ellon, b. 20 Sept. 1882 ; 5. Ralph 
Wheatly b. 6 Mar. 1885; William Henderson, b. 26 Nov. 
1855, d. 1882 ; Christeann, b. 1857, d. 11 Oct. 1872 ; also two 
infants (twins) who lived but a few hours. 

iv. Christeann (twin), b. 11 Aug. 1-814 ; m. (twice.) 

V. Nathaniel, b. 1818 ; m. and resides in Seymour, Ind. 

vi. Samuel, b. 1816 ; m. (twice) and resides in Illinois. 

vii. :Marth\, b. 1820 ; m. and d. 

viii. Catherine, b. -^ — 1822 ; d. unmarried. 



THE XEW IIAMPSHIEE CIIAMPIO^S^S. 



1. Jamks Champion"^', tlie ancestor of tlie Xew IIamps]jirc\ 

; Champions, when still a boy, ran away from his home in En:^:- 

land, where he was treated unkindly hy his step-mother, and 

went on a fishing voyage to Lal>rador. A few years later he 

■; came to Boston, Mas^aclni setts, but in a short time liecame an 

;- inhabitant of Hampton, iS'ew Hampshire. Xot likinor it there. 

he soon removed to Lebanon. Elaine, and there married Polly 

i ItANKix, by whom he had three children. After her death he 

removed to Parsonfield, Maine, M'here he married Sally 

TowLE. lie then came to Effingham, iSew Hampshire, and 

; "settled on a farm in that part of the town which M-as after- 

i wards known as the '"Chami^ion Xeio-hburhood." Here he 

: passed the remainder of his life. He died 16 February 18:24. 

! • in Effingham, aged 111 years, and was in good health until the 

i time of his death. His death was caused by falling down 

; stairs. His wife died in 1837. aged 80 years. He nnist have 

; • come from a good family, judging from his dress, which was a 

I black velvet coat, Avaistcoat and breeches, with silver buttons. 

I silk stockings, and silver ])uckles on his shoes. 

i 

! CniLDItEX BY THE IST ^lAKRIAGE I 

I . 

{ i. Joseph, settled on a farm in Dexter, Me. 

I ii. Sally, m. Rankin. ^ two brotliers, both farmers in 

iii. Polly, m. Rankin, )' Lebanon, Me. 

I • CniLDKEN BY THE 2d MARRIAGE: 

I 2. iv. James, b. 1779 ; m, Betsey Penell. 

I 3. V. Jercmlvh, b. 28 Aug. 1780 : m. Bt-tsey Nudd. 

i 4. vi. William, b. 20 June 1790 ; m. Hannah Penell. 

i 

i _ ■ — . . 

[ *The account of the oriyriii of J:mie3 Champion is furnished by Mr. John X. 

Champion, of Dover, X. II. 

Hannah Champion m. II .A.pr. 17)4. James Cooks, of Falmouth. Me. [See X. E. 
HUt. Gen. Reg., xiv. i-'L] 



S ST " ■ ' "•• " 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY, 



405 



Vll. 



1. 
ii. 



Simeon, b. 1T94 : m. Dolly Bickford. of Rochester, N. H. 

^ lie \^a:. a L^v^ucv iu Etlin-haiu. ChiMr-^n -.-Lorenzo, a far- 
mer in Effingham : Bdsy; Samuel; Jacob; Isaac; Thovms ; 
Harriet. 
0. viii. Makdkn, b. 17 June 1800; m.. 1st, Savra Brown: 2d, Polly 

Drake. ^, „ , 

ix. Ruth, b. 180:j ; m. John Leavitt. of Effingham. Child- 
ren '-.—Sa//^ ; Jeremiah; James: John; Betsy; Jane; Syl- 
vanus, who was a merchant in Portland, ^le.. and Meredith, 

X Levi, b. 1805 ; was a mason by trade, and left EtUng- 

ham intending to settle in Machias, Me., but was never heard 
of again. He was unmarried. 

2. Jamf.s Ciiampion (Ja/nes^), born 1779, in Effing- 
ham, X. II.; died IStu', in Effingham, a-ed SI years 

and 'six months ; married. , Betsy Fknell, of Effing- 
ham, who died 1S<m, in Effingham, aged TO year.^. 

James Cliampion was a farmer in Effingham. 

CniLDRKX nORX TX EFFIXOHAM, X. H. : 
Lydi V, b. •:!) Sept. 1S07 : m. Joseph Towle, of Effingham., 
Le\t b U Feb. 1S19 : m.. 1st. Nancy AVedgewood. who died 
a-ed 75. and he m., id, in 1887, Eli7,abeth, dau. of Timothy 
and Matty (Hall) Young of Effingham. He resides on the 
old Champion farm in Effingham, and has been collector and 
a selectman of that town. Children, all by the first mar- 
riage :-.46mm D.. b. 22 Dec. 1831. d. 20 Sept. 1833: Mary 
£ b 26 June 1833, d. 29 May 1856 ; Levi 3/.. b. 9 Aug. 1834, 
d 1 Au-. 1837; James 3/.. b. 17 Feb. 1836. d. 11 Sept. 1838; 
John ir., b. 2 June 1839, m., 1st, 21 JulyJ851, Mary Moore, 
who d. 16 Mar. 1885, and he m., 2d, 25 July 18^6, Mary E. 
Chelas, of Dover. N. H. Ch. : 1. Frank H., b. 1862. d. I860 ; 
2 Fanny H.. b. U Mav 1869, d. 2 March 1870 ; 3. Lucy A., b. 
13 Julv 1867. d. 16 Apr. 1876 ; 4. Frederick M.. b. 29 June 
1872 ; 5. Ida F., b. 11 Feb. 1871 ; Sarah J., b. 10 Aug. 1845, m. 
George Chase and is a teacher. 
iu. Sally, b. 1822 : m. Joshua Meloan, of Effingham. 

3. Jeremiah Champion (J^:(me^'), born 2S Angust 17S0, in 
Effingham, X. K. ; died 21 Xovember 1S.V2, in Effingham; 
marrkd. 30 Ano-n.t 1701, Betsy Xron, danghter of Samuel 
and Hannah (Tarleton) Xndd of AVolfburongh, X. II.. born 22 
December 17S1, in Greenkiid, X. II.; died 2 Jmie 1S67, m 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Jeremiali Champion was engaged in farming in Effimgham. 



406 CnAMPIOX GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN BORN IN EFFINGHAM, N. H. : 

i. Alvah, b. 1-1 Feb. 180^ ; ni. 31 Dec. 1S2T, Apliia Jones, of 
Leb.anon. N. H. He was a shoemaker in Dover, X. H., and 
d. tliere, July 1884. Children :—J/ost'S ; Elizabeth; Hiram; 
Amanda. 

ii. Hannah, b. 1'^ Nov. 1801 : m. , Isaac, son of Richard and 

Lydia (Lord) Wentworth, b. Sept. 1803, in Lebanon, Me. He 
was a fanner in Effingham, and d. there, 18 Nov. 1848. 
Children •.—Bartlett, b. 1634, enlisted at the outbreak of the 
Civil War in a New Hampshire regiment, and was killed in 
action ; Jeremiah Francis, b. 1838, resides in Roxbury, Mass. ; 
Lydia ; Amanda. 

iii. Samuels., b. 14 Aug. 1806; m. , Nancy Wentworth, sis- 
ter of Isaac (above), and resided on his farm in Effingliam. 
until his removal to Jamaica Plain. Mass., where she d. 1808. 
He d. 13 Oct. 1889, in Boston. Mass. Children :— Samuel b. 

, d. 1856; Alvah, b. 1844, m. Ruth Goodwin and resided 

in Boston. Ch. : 1. Eliza Jane, b. 14 May 1855, d. 29 Dec. 
1887 ; 2. Joseph Martin, b. 14 Feb. 1857. is a mason in Boston. 

iv. Levi, b. 16 Oct. 1807 : m. 10 July ls31. Nancy Brigham Doe, of 
Lee, N. H., b. 15 Sept. 1808, in Durham, N. II. She d. 23 
Dec. 1881, in Grafton, N. H. He was proprietor of an ex- 
press route between Boston and Jamaica Plain for twenty 
years, and at present is engaged in farming in Grafton Cen- 
tre, N. H. Children -.—Marij Ann, b. 3 Oct. 1835, in Nashua, 
N. H., m. 10 Sept. 1862. James Frank Wentworth, b. 8 June 
1837, in Jamaica Plain, who served in the Civil War in Co. H, 
44th Regt. Mass. Vol.s., and is a farmer and selectman in 
Grafton. Ch. : 1. Levi Franklin, b. 14 Aug. 1867, in Jamaica 
Plain ; 2. Anne Mabel, b. 26 Aug. 1869. in Boston ; Jennie, b. 
2 Apr. 1839. in Palmer, Mass. : Susannah, b. 18 May 1844, in 
Jamaica Plain, m., 1st, 17 Apr, 1870, Andrew 3Iartin, b. 17 
Apr. 1838, in North Richmond, N. H., who d. there, 3 Oct. 
1882, and she m., 2d, 3 'Mav. 1887, George Jackson Bicknell. b. 
25 Apr. 1830, in Roxbury, 3Iass., who is a builder in that 
place. Ch. : 1. Arthur R., b. 8 Feb. 1871 : 2. Eva Lilian, b. 22 
Aug. 1872, d. 3 Nov. 1872 ; 3. Jennie Lelia, b. 5 July 1875, d. 
5 Sept. 1875. 

V. John Nudd. b. 14 Aug. 1811 ; m. in Dover, N. H., 15 Aug. 1835, 
Eunice Roberts, dau. of John and Jane (Roberts) White, of 
Portsmouth. N. H., b. 17 Oct. 1813, in Farniington, N. H. 
She died 15 Mar. 1882, in Dover. N. H. He resides in Dover. 
He is an influential citizen and a leading member of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church. Children : — Charles Wesley, b. 
18 Nov. 1836, m. 1865, Carrie E. Berry, b. 1840, in New Or- 
leans, La., and resides in Harlan, lu, : Olive Ann. h. 8 July 
1841, ni. 3 Dec. 1864, Martin Sylvester Hutchings. who owns 
a shoe and moccasin manufactory in Dover, and is a member 



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CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 407 

of the Board of Education and a trastee of the Dover Public 
Liuiarv. 

vi, James Nudd, b. 12 Nov. 1812; m., 1st. , Eliza Goodwin, 

of Lowell, Mass., who died there, leaving one child : — Eliza- 
hetJt, who ni. Henry Hunt, of Lebanon, Tenn. He ni., 2d, 
2-") Oct. 1S38, Ellen Fields, dan. of Joseph* and ]\[ary (Boyd) 
ILarrison (natives of Baltimore and Philadel])hia respectively), 
b. 17 Apr. 1816, near Staunton. Va. He was engaged in cot- 
ton and woolen manufacture in Porterfield, Tenn., until his 
factory was burned ; he then removed to Sharpeville, six 
uiiles from Murfreesborough, where he d. 17 'Mur. 1890. and 
where his widow resides. Children : — Joaeph Harrison, b. 29 
Apr. 1S40. in Murfreesborough. m. Mary Sherrel and is a mer- 
chant in Auburn, Tenn. : Mar;/ Jane, b. 9 May 1842. in Frank- 
lin, Tenn., m. 22 Nov. 18G5. Henry F. Lloyd. 1). 1 3Lay 1845, in 
Lebanon, Tenn., who is a farmer in Hardy, Ark. Ch. : 1. 
James L., b. 12 Aug. 1865 : 2. Joseph A., b. 15 May 1869, d. 16 
May 1869; 3. Sarali E., b. 22 Aug. 1872: 4. Ellen C. b. 22 
Dec. 1874, d. same day : 5. Samuel W., b. 18 Mar. 1876 ; James 
Ai)ibrose, b. 7 IMay 184-j, in Murfreesborough. m. 20 Jan. 1869, 
Nannie P. Davidson, of Readyville. Tenn., b. 25 Jan. 1846, in 
Hartsville, Tenn. He served in the Civil War in Co. B. 7th 
P. V. V. L, 14th Army Corps, and is a carpenter in Ready- 
ville. Ch. : Mattie Addie, b. 23 Sept. 1S70 ; Ellen R.,h.l Oct. 
1848. in Murfreesborough, is unmarried and is a teacher in 
Sharpeville, Tenn.; Addie Saralt, b. 6 July 1851, in Lebanon, 
Tenn., d. 4 Sept. 1868. in Porterfield, Tenn. ; Annie E., b. 1 
^lay 1854, in Lebanon, m. 4 July 1875, James I. Ligon, a con- 
tractor, b. 17 Feb. 1847, in Lebanon, who d. 7 Aug. 1884. in 
Porterfield. Ch. : 1. Ida Scott, b. 8 Oct. 1877, in Lebanon : 2. 
Mary Emma, b. 2 June 1879, in Porterfield. 

vii WiLiJAM Nudd, b. 3 Apr. 1815 ; m. , Elviza Copeland. of 

Lowell, Mass. He was a cotton manufacturer, and d. 10 ]May 
1855, in Biddeford, Me. Chiidren ■.—Orvil ; Esther ; LeRoy, 
d. in Lynn, Mass. 

viii. Ruth Tuwle. b. 6 Oct. 1817: m. in Jamaica Plain. Mass., 23 
Apr. 1843, Jacob, son of Noah and Hannah (Lord) \Ventworth> 
b. 4 Apr. 1815, in Acton, Me. She d. 16 Nov. 1863, in West 
Roxbury. Mass., and he m., second, 7 ^lay 1864. Elizabeth A. 
Brooman, and d. 8 Apr. 1882, in West Roxbury. Children :— 
Thomas Henri/, h. 5 :Slay 1845, m. 1 Jan. 1867, Ellen Frances 
Wood, b. 30 Oct. 1843. in Boston, Mass., and d. 22 Aug. 1875. 
in West Roxbury, where his widow resides. Ch. : 1. Ida 
Frances, b. 21 Dec. 1869 : 2. Ruth Lilian, b. 31 Oct. 1871 ; 
Charles Dominicus, h. 11 July 1849, d. 3 Feb. 1872 : unmarried : 
Emma Elizabeth, b. 27 June 1853, d. 28 Sept. 1875 ; Mdlard 
Francis, h. 16 July 1856, d. 5 Sept. 1872. 

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j ix. Adamne. b. 5 May 18'20 : m. in Nashua. N. 11.. 3 July 1S42, 

' Cuiiunin,-;,6 '\Vc.=;ton, b. 15 Jan. IbKJ, in Peterborougli, N. H., 

' and resides in Hudson. Mass. Children -.—Flora A., b. 8 Oct. 

: 1843: Clara IT., b. U Jan. 1850; Charles W., b. 3 Nov. 1806, 

I. d. 8 Sept. 1«.')7 : Xdtie M.. b. '27 Apr. 185S. d. 27 Aug. 1859 : 

; Alice L., b. T Sept. 18G2, d. 27 Apr. 18(;3. 

I X. Elizabeth, b. 20 Mar. 1823 ; d. 1 Apr. 1823. 

:■ • xi. Abigail, b. 8 Oct. 1823: m. 7 June 1810. Job Flanders, b. 29 

; Mar. 1819. in Madison, N. H.. who is a shoe dealer in Dover, 

; N. H. Children :—EUa Viola, b. 2 Dec. 1851. ni. Charles F. 

! Leonard ; Emma ./., b. 1 Oct. 1850. 

i 4. "William CiiAMriox {Jaines^)^ born 20 June 1790, in 

i Effingham, X. II., died 20 February ISOS, in Effingliani ; mar- 

I ried in Buxton, ]\Ie., 17 Xoveniber 1812, Hanxah Fexell. 
daugliter of Thomas and Lyiha i Sands) Penelb 1m mi 7 Septein- 

;• ber 1700, in Buxton; died Marcli 1808, in Effingham. 

' ^Yilliam Champion was a farmer and resided in Effingham. 

■ . ■ CniLDKE.V BOKX IX EFFIXCrllAM, X. H. I 

j i. Maey. b. 17 Nov. 1813 ; m. Caleb Ilodgsdon, a miller, of Ossipee, 

\ N. H., and d. 4 Dec. 1841, in Effingham. Cliildren : — Sarah ; 

' Hannah ; Martha. 

; ii. Catherine, b. 1 Oct. 1817 : m. 23 Sept. 1845. Morris II. Leavitt. 

i a carpenter, of Effingham, and resides in Lynn. Mass. Child- 

! Ti;ii i—Mattie E. ; Mary Elnora ; Ilattie M. ; Malvina F. ; 

\. . Jiose M. ; Morris I. 

f iii. Elvika. b. 23 July 1819; ni., 1st, George Davis, a farmer, of 

j Tamworth, X. H. ; 2d, Oilman Weeks, a farmer, of Tani- 

j worth, and d. there, 21 May 1881. She had no children. 

I " iv. Joseph M., b. 2-^ Dec. 1820 ; d. 20 Dec. 1824. 

\ V. Cykus K., b. 31 Dec. 1822 ; m. 29 Nov. 1847, Sophrona Gran- 

i ville. He is a farmer in Effingham, which town he repre- 

! sented in the New Hampshire Legislature and of which he 

I is a selectman, etc. Children: — Clarence E. : George A.; 

■ Lilla M. 

I vi. B.arintha a., b. 19 Dec. 1825 ; d. Dec. 1829. 

■' 5. Mardex CiiAMriox {J/f/ncs^), ])orn 17 June 1800, in 
Effingham, X. II.; died 31 March 1872, in Effingliani ; niar- 

, ried, 1st, , Savka Browx, of Great Falls, _X. II., who 

j died 1833, aged 35 years, having had no children. 

! , He married, 2d, 4 December 1834, Polly Duake, daughter of 

[ Joseph and Lucy (Towle) ])rake, born 21 April 18<)4, in Effing- 

• ham ; died 1 Xovember 187."), in Effiingham. 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 40^ 

^[arden Champion was a fanner and stone cutter and resided 
in Ktlinghani. 

CniLDREN BORN IN EFFIXGIIAM, N. H. t 

i. Dyantha D., b. 10 Jan. 1837 ; d. 1 Aug. 1837. 

ii. James M.. b. 12 Nov. 183S : m. 21 Sept. 1862, rarthenia H. 
Pease, of Effingham, and is proprietor of the mail and ex- 
press line between that place and Great Falls. C'hil<lren : — 
Edgar P., b. 7 Doc. 18(39, d. 16 Apr. 1870 ; Blanche, b. 27 Mar. 
1872, d. 22 Apr. 1887 : Myrtle, b. 31 July 1874. 

iii. Joseph Drake, b. 5 June 1841 ; d. 4 Jan. 1848. 



ADDENDA. 



Page 405. No. 2. ii, line fj.—Abram D(rake) d. 20 Sept. 1879 (instead of 
1833). He married and had : 1. Henry B., b. 21 Oct. 1867, in Haverhill, 
Mass., who resides in Boston. :Mass. : 2. Bertie, b. 1870, d. 1873. 



GASIvELL CHAMPIOX'S DESCEXDAXTS. 



* Gaskell Ciiampton, wliose parentage, bivtlijtlace, residence 
and liistory are unknown, was the father of three sons : 

i. FjD>a~SD J., married and Iiad : — GaskcU. who resides in Three 
Rivers. Mich.; Luther; Susan: Francis. 

ii, Jesse, m. Polly I. Finley, of Walworth, N. Y., where he re- 
sided luitil 1835, when he removed to Honier, Mich., where 
he lies buried on his farm. He was a stone mason. Children : 
— Elias F.. is a farmer in Homer, m.. 1st, Susan Hepler. Ch. : 
1. John H. ; 2. Elizabeth C. ; 3. Susan, deceased. He m.. 2d, 
Emma Archer. Ch. : 4. Douglas ; 5. Lillian, m. John Wag- 
goner ; 6. Jesse : all reside in Homer ; Ursula A., m. Philip 
Meuch, a farmer in Pulaski. ]\Iich. Ch. : 1. Mary E., m. 
Russell Ferine ; 2. Edmund J. : 3. John : 4. Charles E. : 5. 
Thomas Byron, is a grain nierchant in Bellwood, Neb. ; 6. 
Ella C, m. William Dimond : Rebecca C, m. John C. Meuch, 
a carpenter in Three Rivers. Mich. Ch. : 1. Mary, m. O. P. 
Slote, of Three Rivers ; 2. Emmett C. ; John, died unmarried ; 
Mary Delia, m. T. E. Eslow. a farmer in Homer, Mich. Ch. : 
1. Edward L., deceased; 2. Seymour C. ; Edmund J., m. 
Eunice Hammer and is a farmer in Homer. Ch. : 1. OIjti 
O. ; 2, Cora G. ; 3. Clive ; Augustus C. b. 5 Sept. 1834, in 
Walworth, N, Y. ; m., 1st, Helen M. Ferine, who d. in 1868, 
in Pulaski, Mich., and he m., 2d, in 1872. ]\Iary A. Merrill, of 
Parma, Mich. ; is a farmer in Mosherville, Mich. Ch., all by 
the first marriage: 1. Willis J., b. 29 Nov. 1861, in Homer, 
was gi-aduated from Michigan State Normal School in Ypsi- 
lanti in 1S84, and after serving as live stock and commercial 
editor of the Chicago Globe for several years became Secre- 
tary and Treasurer of the El Potero Mining Company in 
October, 1890 ; 2. Mabel J., m. P. E. Chapel, of Parma, Mich. ; 
3. Theron J. ; Leu:is H., m. Eleanor Eslow and is a farmer in 
Homer, Mich. Ch. : 1. Clyde : Elizabeth C, died unmaiTied; 
Gabriel R., m. Electa Jacobs and is a wood turner in Three 
Rivers, Mich. Ch. : 1. Lulu ; 2. Claude ; 3. Delia. 

♦The lnf<^nnarion about this family has been furnished by Mr. Willis J. Cham- 
pion, of Chicago, 111. Others failed to send particulars. 



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411 



James, came to Homer, Mich., in lS3o. where he resided for 
several years, lie th'-n emigrated to California. He married 
and had :— Thomas E., who served in the Union Army as 
Colonel of the 76th Illinois Regt, and at the close of the war 
settled in Kuoxville. Tenn., where his family now reside; 
Sarah ; James Roscoe, who at the outbreak of the Civil War 
was a pilot on the Lower Mississippi River, and left this occu- 
l.atiou to enlist in the Confederate Army. "J. Rock Cham- 
pion whose reckless daring and intrepid boldness have illus- 
trated the battlefields of Missouri, Arkansas and xVlabama, as 
well as that of Bolivar in whicli he fell in advance of all his 
command:'— ['• Century War Bool:."] . Josephine; Schuijler ; 
BudcL is an inventor and resides in Mendon, Mich. 



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miscella:i:s"eo[JS champio:xs. 



Pascoe (or Pa>ta) Champion, aged 23, came to A^irginia in 
the *•' Ellonor '' in 1G21, and was living there in 1623. [See 
''Hottens Lhtr^ 

Richard CnAMPiONf, aged 19, was a passenger from London 
for A'irgiiiia in the " Boiiaventnre,'' January 2, 1634. [See 
"iV. E. ^llkt. Gtn. Jhg.,- xx;inx. 26.] 

TiioMAs Cha^ipion, of Ashford. Kent, England, embarked in 
the "Hercules*' of Sandwich, for Xew England. His certifi- 
cate was signed March 12, 1634. [See " j/rt.s",s-. Hist. Coll.,'' 
Third-Scrils, .?rj.] 

Clement Champion:^ witnessed a deed betvreen Samuel 
Maverick, of Noddles Island in ^Massachusetts, and Ivoger 
Garci, of ALranienticus in Maine, November 25, 1641. [See 
''York Deeds:' Pi. 1, fol. 119.-] 

Robert Champion, or Campion§. took the oath of fidelity at 
New Haven July 1. 16-4-1. He does not appear to have been 
in good standing with his fellow townsmen, as he was fined on 
several occasions, and was at length ordered to return to Eng- 
land and care for his wife whom he had not brought with him 
to the Colony. It would seem that he must be that Robert 
Champion who died in Pischataqua in New England in 1659. 



♦No'descend.iiits of any of the following Champions have been found. 

+ Probably son of Richard Champion of the E. I. and X. W. P. Companies, who 
■was named in tiie Second Charter of Virginia, dated 33 May liWO. Sir Walter 
Raleij?h's wife was under the hitter's chars^e for a time in 1618. Richard, named in 
the Charter, was born before IW), and is supposed to be the son of Richard who 
■was Lord Mayor of London in 15»);'i. [See p. 2.] 

i Clement Campion was master of the "Constance," which sailed for Virginia 
Oct. 21, ir.lo. [See Hotten's " Li.'^t."] 

§A Robert Can-ipion came in the "Bona Nova," according: to the muster of in- 
habitants of the Collet^e land in V'irL'inia, Jan. Zi, lf.21. 

The name of » 'ampion is occasionally fuiin<l in the early records, and at the present 
time is of f requ«>nt occurrence in the United States and Canada. In some instances 
it has been chano'cd to Champion. 



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CHAMnON GENEALOGY. 413 'A- 

[i>ce '' Yorl- Deeds;' Pt.I.fol. 102-3.-] lie had left a wife 
Elizabetli and several cliildien in the borough of Dartmouth 
in Devonsliire. On September 30. I(i59, tlie mayor and iuhal)- 
itant.s of Clifton in the borough of Dartmouth granted to Mrs. 
]-:H2:abeth Champion a certificate of the descent of the property 
of the late liobert Champion deceased. On the same day the 
widoNV gave a power of attorney to Capt. Francis Champer- 
noun to collect tlie estate of her late husband in Xew England. 
•'Matthew Champion who lived in Burlington (X. J.) about 
the year 1»)90. and purchased land of John Tondhison at. 
Onanickon, in Springfield, the next year, does not appear to 
have ])een of the iiinnediate family of the Xewton, N. J., 
Champions." [See '' Clement's Neu:ton Settlers^'] He was 
living in 1727. . 

Rtchakd CuA^rpiox was a merchant at Bristol, England, who 
is best known tiirough his manufacture of hard-|Daste porcelain 
between the years 176S and 17S2. His sympathies during the 
Revolution seem to have been with the American Colonies, 
and he hually came to South Carolina, where he died. He was 
buried at Camden, in 17S7. 

Rev. Father Raymond Cha^ipion, of Rochester, X. Y., is a 
native of France, whence he emigrated to the Enited States in 
ISSO. 

The addresses of the following physicians by the name of 
Champion occur in the ]\ledical Directory, but they have failed 
to send in their ancestry. They are believed to be descended 
from one of the Xew Jer>ey families. 

A. H. Champion, Eddyville, Ky. 

C. O. Champion, New House, N. C. 

F. Ct. Champiox', Knoxville, Ga. 

Xicholas Cha:^ipi(»n, Euling, Tex. 

W. C. Champion, Soddy, Tenn. 

W. M. Champion, Auguilla, Miss. 

There are al>o a few Champions in this country who are of 
Irish birth. 



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APPENDIX. 



THE JOURNAL OF 
COLO:XEL IIENP.Y CIIAMPIOIS^ 

FROM COLCHESTER TO TICONDEROGA. 



A JOUKXAL FROM COLCIIKSTKR TO TICOXDEKOGA, .TUXE StH, 175^. 

June 8tli. — Set out with y teams from Colclie.-ter and 
lodo-ed at ^Ir. Pitkin's of Bolton. 

9th._:Marelied to Hartford. Lodged at Butler's. 
10th._I)rew out tlie arms, tents, hatchets, accoutrements, 
provisions, itc, and marched to West Division and lodged at 
Seamor's. 

11th, Sabbath.— ^Slarched to Farmington meeting in the 
morning, then drew y"^ tin kettles and marched to Mr. '\^ ise's 
at Harwinton, there lodged. 

]oth. :\L\rched to Litchfield where C. Comstock came to 

us. I lodged at br<,.ther Judah's. 

13th.— Drew provisions at Esrf- Sheldon's and marched to 
AVilcox's at Goshen. Brother Judah and his wife went with 
us part of y® way. 

14th.— :\[arched to Col: AVhitney's at Canaan. 

15th.— To Roberts' at U])c.cr Shetheld, where John Hughes 
stole Ensign AVells* gun and deserted. 

IGth.— To Sharup's. where the Frenchman and the Irishman 
fought. 

Ijtli. — To Kindcrhook, there lodged. 

ISth, Sabbath.— Drew provisions. Mr. Waterman came to 
us from Albany and carried my Imrse back, 

AVe marched t<j the half way house. 

19th.— To Grcenbush ; to Cap"- Dow's. .. 
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41S CHAMPIOX GEN'EALOGY. 

20tli. — Stayed at Greenbush. 

I went over to Albany lor biiieting, provisions, izc. 

21 -t. — Stayed at Greenbusli. 

L)rew y* billetinir money and provision. 

22d. — Set out. MarcLed to y Great Flats. Colonel "^Vhit- 
ing marclied in y- front, except tlie advanced guard. Left 
Sar*' Sumner .sick. 

23d. — Marclied to tlxe Half Moon — sa^v• Mr. X-.-rtLimi who 
treated us well. 

24tli. — Marched to the Great-Meadow between Still-Water 
and Saratoga. 

25tli, Sabbath. — Alarched to Saratoga: there left Jonathan 
Delano. Eliakim Hitchcock, John ShirtlLS, Gideon Warrous, 
Sam'- Penfield. Joseph Skinner and Josiah 3Iack-ne with 
Lieut. Johnson to keep fort, then kept along to Fort Miller, 
there lodged. 

26th. — Marched to Fort Edward. C-jI. Wjiiring went in the 
batteaux. y* Eegiment on y- west of y^ River, except oO men, 
who I took oti and went for a guard on y- east side. 

\ . 27th. — Stayed at y* Fort : drew provisions. 

1 2Sth. — Stayed at y^ Fort. 

! 29th. — Marched to Lake George. Encamped on the east 

: side of y- Lake in y- wtxxJs. 

; SOth.^Staved at v* Lake. 

t 

f Ist of July. — Stayed at y- Lake. Lieu- Johnson came up to 

f us. I went with a working pany to dig logs out of y- old fort 

■ to saw. 

2d, Sabbath. — Stayed at y Lake, heard Mr. Eils and ALr. 
Pomeroy. 

3d. — Stayed at y* Lake, prepare*! ammunition for action. Szc. 

4th. — Stayed at y- Lake, cleane<l out our gtms, prepared 
\ cartridges. »\:c., drew provision.^?. 

f 5th. — Struck teats at break of day, eml^arked and set for- 

1 ■ ward fur Tieondertjga. Eowed all that day and all ni^ht. 

f Sarg- Sumner came up just after we went off. 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. -119 

[. otli.— I.aiKled 4 miles soutli of y' Fort, ten of y^ clock in y« 

L inonnni;', and in y^ afternoon set out throngli y*= woods for y'' 

[ Fort ; had a skirmish with a party of the enemy, killed and 

took about 250 and returned to y' Landing and lodji'cd on our 
arms, it being night when y^ action was over. This day was 
killed in y*= wood Lord IIow. Lieu'- Ilowland and about 10 
men more in y^ battle. 

7tli. Marched and got some artillery up to y« saw-mill within 

about a mile and a half of y* Fort. 

Sth.— Marched up to y^ French lines, y" Regulars began 
battle about one of y' clock in y' afternoon. 

Col: Whitings Regiment was ordered up to cover y^ Regu- 
lars' rear. Killed on y° spot of y" Regulars a])Out -JtOO and 
some odd men and 1100 wounded. Y"^ Provincials lost about 
100. and wounded about one or two hundred. A little before 
sunset we were ordered back to a brea5t-\vork al>uut a mile, and 
in V* niijht were ordered back to y" Landing. 

i being on guard round y' breast-work with To men, and not 
notified till some time after y*^ Regiment was gone off, I came 
up with our Regiment at y' Landing after sunrise. 

9th, Sabbath.— ^Ve were ordered to end)ark in y^ morning as 
soon as I came up with y'^ Regiment and set off for y^ head of 
y« Lake— got there artillery, S:c., where we encamped when we 
first came up. 

10th.— Stayed at y« east side of y^ Lake. 
11th. — Stayed at y' same place. 
X'2th. — Stayed at y' same place. 
13th. — Stayed at y* same place, recruiting. 
11th.— Struck our tents and pitched south of y* old encamp- 
ment where we had been clearing off the logs one or two days, 

15th.— Stayed there. Colonel Whiting g°- to B*- 
16th, Sabbath.— Stayed. Heard Mr. Ells and :Mr. Ponieroy. 
irth.— Still. 

ISth.— Struck our tents by order again and pitched down 
north of y® stony hill. 



420 CHAMPION GENEALOGY, 

19tli.— Stayed there. 

20t]i. — Had orders to strike our tents and remove \\\) to y^ 
top of y'' hill, 1)Ut got off without moving. This day was 
killed near 30 men between here and half-way brook. 3 Cap- 
tains, 2 Lieutenants, 1 Ensign, and 4 Sarg'''-, y rest privates 
belonging to Boston forces. 

21st.— Stayed. 

22d. — I wont with 200 men to Halfway brook as a scont and 
returned. A iiag of truce went off this evening with Col: 
Skills who was taken at Oswego and came home on parole of 
honor. 

23d, Sabbath. — Stayed here. Sundry Kegnlars, officers and 
soldiers, came to hear !Mr. Ells. 

24th. — Stayed here, was ordered to mount guard at night 
with 200 men in y" woods, y'* sonth east corner of y*" Lake, to 
guard y batteaux. shipyar<l, lice. It was a rainy night, we had 
no covering. 

25th. — Came off' guard about sunset. Mr. Eliakini Hitch- 
cock was killed this day as he was on sentry by a gun. acci- 
dentally. 

The army since we got back from Ticonderoga have been 
chiefly emjdoyed uidoading y" provision, annnunition, artilleiy, 
carriages, Arc. ; mtjving cannon, A:c., np from y'' water to y® 
old encampment; building breastwork around y^ old camp, 
taking in a larger piece of ground, digging and drawing np 
old pine stubs with iron box tackles as big as three or four 
men can lift ; bnilding a hospital and large storehouse up near 
y* old breast\v<:>rk, getting y® provisions up from y"- water 
to s** house, picking down the rocky hill with pickaxes to 
level y^ solid rocks, blowing up otliers Avith powder; building 
a shipyard at y'' soutlieast cin-ner of y" Lake, building a breast- 
work round it, building saw-pit in it. sawing ship plank and 
getting ship tind»rr; moving our tents from one place to an- 
other ; and many other such like protitable employments; 
scouting down to Halfway brook and up to y^ tirst Island 
where we keep luO men on said Island, and guardini,^ round 
his otir camp. 



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CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 421 

This day was hanged a Eegidar wlio was put under guard 
lust Thursday for sa'aliiiu y" night hti'orc. lie had his trial 
Sahltath Day, was found guilty of stealing a pair of slioe 
Imckles and suspected of taking other articles; his life had 
heen notorious ; his Major who was chief at y° court martial 
told me that said criminal being the fittest person in y' Regi- 
ment to make a spectacle, it was y' most merciful act for his 
Regiment to put him to death to deter, 6cc. Two more Regu- 
lars confined the >ame time for stealing money out of a Regular 
otlicer's pocket that day dead in \' Held of battle, were tried 
and found guilty — sentenced to l)e whi])[)ed one thousand 
lashes each. Y'' man's name that was hanged, James ]\[ack- 
hone. 

2(;tli. — Stayed at y camp. There have been but two Cap- 
tains beside myself tit for duty i>y reason of Camp illness in 
our Regiment for near a fortnight, which makes y' duty much 
hardei- for us that are tit. I have been followed very hard 
with a working in my bowels, except one day, ever since from 
Ticonderoga. sometimes proper camp disorder which has carried 
oti my tlesh and weakened me considerably, but have been able 
to perform my dutv e\"ery day as yet. 

27th.— Went down to y^ tirst Island in •y'^ Lake with 100 
men, besides 2 Lieu**-. 1 Ensign, and 4 Sarg **•, to encamp 
there one week and so to send down y' Lake daily to make dis- 
coveries. Doctor Stokes of Xew York was ordered with me, 
who is a prisoner taken at Oswego and came home on his parole 
of honor with Col. Schyler and is to wait on this Island for a 
flag of truce from Ticonderoga to convey him up. He is a 
gentleman who treats me very well out of his stores. 

This day at 9 o'clock in the moniing x' Army was all under 
arms for review and were placed round y' breastwork — 
maimed it, almost round, three deep. I'efore I went off down 
y^ Lake I bought one quart of wine and one pound of best 
sugar for a dollar. 

2Sth.— Was ordered by othcers from y° Regulars at y' head 
of y'^ Lake to build abreastwi.rk at y"^ Xorth End of this Island, 
with a plan thereof, and to build there piles of wood supplied 
with tive balls and rockets for signals to y« camp if y' enemy 



422 CHAMPIOX GENEALOGY. 

approached bv night or otherwise, otlier signals too tedious 
here, 

Mr. Beckwitli, ]\[r. Ells, Maj. Spencer and others came down 
to see me and to tish, ifcc. Y^ Doct : had fresh beef, brandy, 
<fec. AVe got some tish — lived well this day. This day "was 
killed and missing 25 men l)etween Fort Edward and halfway 
brook, one Lieut — Stephens, one teamsman, one Sarg*- — "Wells 
of AVindsor, y"' reg'- j^-ovost and 3i» women and children, 3S 
teams and waggons destroyed with their carts and loadino;. 
which was letters, stores, othcers'' baggage and money to pay 
y^ liegulars' liegiments. [//i the )i'iaiy!.n.^ Eound 12 dead 
bodies of men : one woman sprang out of y*^ waggon and ran 
back and escaped, one little child, a girl, ran bai-k in the path 
like a cpiail, a waggoner who cut his horse's ropes and cleared 
him from y'^ waggon rode l)ack \^ path, took her l)y y" hand, 
catched her \\\> betVa-e him and saved her. 

29th. — Began a breastwork at y"' north end of this Island 
and set y^ sentry at night and turned in ; was called out in a 
few minutes and informed 1)V part of Alajrir Bogers' men. that 
went down y' Lake in y*" morning before day break to land 15 
miles from here and go to South Bay to waylay the party that 
did y* mischief between Fort Edward and halfway brook y* 
day before, said whole party 700, said informing party G(", that 
was lefr to keep the batteaux and stores, informed me they saw 
a great number, at least 20 or 3( > of the enemy's batteaux come 
round Sabbath Day point. Capt. Davis left to see a certainty. 
Batteaux come one after another telling of larger numbers to 
200. I put all y*" men I had with me, which was 100 exclusive 
of officers, in the whole 107, under arms, placed them fronting 
round y Island — stood till break of day, when Capt. Davis 
came along — informed y"' French were within ("■> or S miles, 
meaning their whole army, and would be up with this Island 
before sunri>e. as it grew brighter could see no enemy, I sup- 
posing they had drawn a little back in a turn of y" Lake was 
going to send a whale-boat for discovering, i)Ut our army hav- 
ing news by those that went in \" night, sent a Regular Colonel 
and Col. Lyman with ACajor Kogers' ensign 70 Bangers with 
ensign in y- front, the whole }Kirty llo<> — so prevented me 
sendiuir. 



ST^' 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 423 

SOtli, Sabbath. — I ordered all y^ men to work on y* breast- 
work before snnrise— worked till sun two hours liig:li — then eat, 
then' by noon gt^t it enclosed and something useful. 

1 turned in and all y"-' men but sentries and took a nap. 

At night went by here down y*^ Lake altout 300 men to rein~ 
force y* party gone in ye morning. 

31st. — Came a whale boat l.)y 10 of y- clock in the morning 
from y*^ party gone down to Sabbath Day Point — had an 
express to y^ General, he said they had not seen y" enemy. 

About 12 of y^ clock came from v'^ l)arty one of Ivogers' 
Sarg''^ ill a whale lx)at M'ith one of Lord How's men who was 
taken at bloody pond five weeks past — ran away the second 
night with live days provisions as ho saith, was lost, taken 
np yesterday by Majoi- Kogers up against Ticonderoga just 
starved. 

Said Sarg*- says they saw y° party of enemy going down 
South Ixiy that did y*-^ mischief the 2Stli. said ])arty about 300 ; 
they saw three women alive in one batteau, but our men were 
about half an hour too late to give them lire. 

Some say the starved man was a deserter from Lurd How's 
Reg^ 

About 9 of the clock in the evening came two whale boats 
to notify me that our party M'as all coming back that went 
down y^ lake within two or three days past, in about 20 min- 
utes, so ordered me to let them pass, but in a (piarter of an 
hour there came counter orders from y*^ General to stop y* 
party at this Island, for these was a party of y^ enemy that 
fired on some of our men this day, between here and Foil 
Edward, and y" General sent a letter to this Island ordering 
y* party that was to stop here to land y^ east side of y^ Lake 
north of here and to go down to meet y" enemy. 

In one hour came up Col. Lynum, [Major Kogers and ^lajor 
Putnam who stopped here with their party, covered y^ island 
so we could not go a rod on the ground. I had not any sleep 
this night. 

1st August. — At daylight went off the party — landed 8 miles 
north of this, sent back to y^ camp for provision, y'' party 
lodti;ed there till next mornino-. 



424 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

t 

2a. [Major Rogers and ^Fajor Putnani set out witli SdO men 

for iSontli 13ay. 

Col. Lyman and ]\[ajor Spencer came back with al.ont xOOO 

of y' party, called at this Island and i-eturned to y- camp. 

3J._r,etnrncd from y'^ Island with my party— no remark- 

ables. 

4th. — Xothing hut cam}) news. 

5th.— Filled y- hatteanx with water, a liegular broke the 

rim of his belly by a fall cross the edge of one of them, and 

Col. Fitch sent with his Eegiment to build breastworks near y« 

road between here and Fort Edward, to leave desolate and to 

march to Fort Edward with liis lieginient. 

0th, Sab1>ath.— Lieut, Jackson sent out for Albany to re- 

crait. Three men died out of Col. Fitch's Regiment to-day. 
7th. — A Regular drowned, as he was sup})osed to be taken 

with y^ cramp swimming — some say he could not swim and got 

into too deep water. Y' small-p(jx is now apparent in General 

Lyman's Regiment. 
I Sth.— This day near Fort Ann Major Rogers and ^layn- Put- 

! nam who went out with al)out SOO men al)Out a week ago had a 

i ■ . fight, before y" tight they had sent in alxnit lOo who were 
I poorly, so our party were al)out T<JO, ye enemy about 400. 

1 Our party lodged at Fort Ann over night, in y*-' morning fired 

1 at marks, then [Major Putnam marched olf in y' front for Fort 

\ Edward, y men in a single file. 

I [Major Rogers l)rought up y' rear, but before y'' rear were 

( all moved, y" front were a mile on and were aud)uslied by 

1 y= enemy, who lav in a half moon and tired before they were 

; discovered on our front, and ran on and cut olf about 12 or '20 

[ with whom was Major Putnani ; he is killed or taken [m the 

\ marrjlu'] as we hear from a letter. 

i Major Rogers brought u]) y^' rear with a litter, had a smart 

i skirmisli, drove otf y' enemy, got about .'>o scalps and took 

\ two prisoners. AVe have killed and missing about 40 or (jlK 

\ wounded about 40 or P.O. Sam'' Mitchell, Jo>eph Parker, S*'^ 

I Shirtlitf, John "Wright and Jacob White out of my company 

[ were in y' scout and all came in well, y" battle held altout 2 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 425 

lioiirs, y^ ]mrty lay out \vitli y^ woiiiided one iiio-lit before tliey 
f^ut iutolort Edward. Major llogers went towards Saratoga 
with 3(J0 next day scouting- after a number of the enemy who 
wa>; suspected to be there, but found not. 

[L) the nian/hi'] Lieut. Tracy was taken with ]\Iajor Put- 
nam. Cob AVhiting g°* to S''' 

Otli. — Xo renuirkables. I mounted y'^ picket guard witli GO 
men — a rainy nig] it. 

lOtli. — Launched y^ vesseb 

lltli. — Gave evidence at Court Martial. Y'^ men of our 
Itcgiment that went with Rogers came in. 

Col. AV. g"- to S'- 

This night came a flag of truce from y*" enemy for Doctor 
Stokes who was taken at Oswego and came home last fall on 
parole of honor. 

12th.— Xo remarkal)les. I moimted picket guard at night. 
This evening one llegular killed another flghting y lirst 
stroke. 

13th, Sabbath. — "Went with y^ picket and 600 men under 
Major Spencer towards y" halfway l)rook to meet y* convoy 
with stores, and with ]\raior Ilogers who was then coming in 
with his last party and prisoner. ]\[r. Waterman came up. 

1-tth. — Gen'* Lyman and ]\rajor Spencer went out M-ith a 
scout of about 1(H.)0 men. "\^"ent out of my company, Corp. E. 
Gates, Moses Allen, S"- Shirtliii, J. Parker, and S'"'- :\litchell. 
A Regular droAvned in y*^ Lake swimming, supposed to 
be in drink and cramped. Another sliot through y^ heart by 
accident, exercising tirelock. 

15th. — Xo renuirkables. An August storm began. 

IGtli. — Y'^ August storm continued all day, cleared off at 
even in or. 

c 

ITth. — Corporal E. Gates came back from Gen'* Lyman, lie 
went towards Fort Edward and was taken poorly, so returned. 
I heard from home by a letter from brother Israel dated 
August 6th. 

ISth. — ILxd a letter from brother Jutlah dated Auirust Tth. 



426 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

A Frenclimaii broui^ht in, that Lieut. Brewer took beyond 
Crown Point, as lie was harvesting his oats, 
I mounted picket, 

19th.— Bent y' sails for y' vessel. 

20tli, Sabbath. — Two deserters came in, and this day we 
have the news of the rednction of Cape Breton. 

21st. — Xo remarkables, but no sick fit to be inspected by 
Doctor ^[onrow. 

22d. — Lieut. Jehiel Tuttle deceased and Col'* Lyman re- 
turned from scout, with no remarkables. I mounted guard at 
night, and received a cheese from l>rother and a sheep that 
weighed 30'^'- per Mr. Gibbs. 

23d. — I went with y- escort to meet the convoy. 

21tli. — Xothing new : but two Eegulars punished Ijy hang- 
ing up by one of their arms one hour, standing with one foot 
on y'^ top of a small pin, y"" other arm and foot tied. 

25th. — Y*" Bogular gunners have practiced firing cannon at 
mark on y"^ ]')lain by y*^ old fort for several days past. 

20th. — Four Regulars of y^ Light Infantry who were this 
day to be hanged for desertion, wei-e pardoned after ropes 
put on and ]\[r. Oglebie's making his last speech at y" foot of 
y" gallows. 

27th, Sabbath. — Mr. Oglesbie preached in y*" afternoon from 
Phillipians 3d and 2<»th. 

2Sth. — Bejoiced at the certain news of the reduction of Cape 
Breton, tired Oo cannon ami three times round with small arms 
as y'= army stood round by y' breastwork, 

29th. — Xothing new. 

30th. — A Frenchman came to y shore against Diamond 
Island and hallowed to y' pci^jde on y"' Island who went and 
took him and l)rought him to y' General. lie says he had 
been from Ticonderoga 15 days, he said he deserted from there 
and has been lost, 

31st, — A Frenchman came in ivom Ticonderoiia. 



CHAMPION GE.NEALOGy. 427 

1st September, — Xotliing new, but tliat part of y^ float- 
bridge at Fort Edward was isiink by bringing cross a 24 
pounder. Continned firing ye cannon at y^ marks. 

2d. — No new thing. I momited picket guard, a tlag of truce 
came in tliis niglit. 

3d, Sabbath. — AVent witli y'^ escort to halfway brook with 
Oapt. ]\IcNeil and Capt. Spencer ; said S])encer chief, with SO 
Eegulars, in the wliole about 200. 

A mile and a half north of said brook an express came from 
Col. Commander at said brook informed y"^ enemy last night 
and to-day Avere discovered and we might depend on being 
attacked before we got in, so we ordered accordiiigly. 

Capt. McNeil and company led, y* liegulars in y" center, I 
drew up my company and covered y*" wagons by flanking, 
Lieut. Ijarns M'ith 12 men for a rear guard in y- road 8 rods 
behind y'^ rear wagon where y" small-pox was. 

Ith. — This day 5 died out of this part of our regiment which 

I are within y- breastwork. Some heavy cannon and ball drawn 

down to y*^ breastwork on y" news of y" French army coming. 

5th. — Preparations to defend. I mounted picket this night 
— an ofHcer or two, that was at the taking of Cape Breton, into 
this camp. 

Gtli. — Nothing new. 

7th. — Went with a party of y' Eangers to y*" wood, getting 
and carrying- loo-s to lav on v'' breastwork. 

8th. — AYent with a ]mrty to clearino- the flood swamp of 
trees — a cold morning to work in y" water. It was cleared to 
uncover y- enemy if they came to burn y^ batteaux. 

Capt. Deal's scout came in, in which went Ensign AVells, 
Sarg** Brown, Corp. Bigelow and others, made no discovery. 

!Mr. Ells set out for home. 

9th. — I was troubled with a very hard and hoarse cold, and 
sore with y" bruise I met with yesterday by y" falling of trees 
cross y" log I sat on, which threw me up 5 or feet and I fell 
on y« same log. 



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428 cnAMPiox gexpzalogy. 

I mounted ]^ieket this night. Tliis day about 2 or 3 miles 
towai-d y^ halfway hrook one Serg^- of y' Kangers was killed 
and bcal|>cd, and «jne private wonnded. 

loth, Sahhath.— I went with y^ escort within a mile and 
half of y' halfway l)rook, got back so as to hear Mr. Oglesbie 
preach i'rom li:3th Fsalm 5th verse. 

11th.— A general remark— The week before last y^ rumor 
and motions were to go forward all. high row gallies jM-eparing 
fast, etc. ; and last week we were on y^ defensive, having news 
y^ Trench army were coming against lis, so neglecting to pre- 
pare to go forward we prepared to defend here; this night 
about a quarter after sunset y' sloop-cannon and cannon on 
land were fired and the whole army that are here iired a rejoic- 
ing fire, repeated 3 times, on account of Caterockway and 
Frontonac being taken, 

12th. A rumor of going forward prevails. Capt. Aber- 

croml)ie beinii: gone to New p]ngland and York as it is surmised 
to raise forces, ^and people being employed getting y' batteaux 
out of y*" swamj) into which y' great nundjer were drawn up 
and putting them into y'^ Lake again. 
13th. — Nothing but y^ old fatigue. 
Col. AVhitinii: g"' to B., and house warm at night. 

14th. Lieut. Xiles' house warming in y'^ evening. I mounted 

picket. 

15tli. — Received an allowance of beans. 

10th. — Built a house. 

17th. Sabbath.— Mr. Beckwith preached in y« forenoon and 
Mr. Oglesbie in y*^ afternoon. I mounted picket this night. 

ISth.— Bouu-ht -22 >heep of ]\[r. AVm. Knowlton of Ashford 
and Mr. Gibl)s of Litchtield. 

ll:>th. — Built chinmey. 
■ 20th.— Y'-^ Batteaux and whale boats turned up to caulk and 
o-rave. A o-reat number of oars making. 

21st. Capt. Aber(;rombic came in at sunset, in two hours 

from Fort Edward ; y^ news is reinforcements are coming up. 



CHAMPION GENEAT.OGY. 429 

22d.- — Orders tliat y'^ officers aiul men al»sent on fnrloiif!:li 
join y*-' army, it lit for duty, forthwith, oce., and a 2:reat rumor 
c)f going forward prevails, and a return of all y'' wlieelwriglits 
to be given in. 

Capt. Staunton sent f(,)r to give account to y'^ engineers of y® 
distance, etc., from y'^ sawmill to y'- hill opposite Ticonderoga 
and whether passable witli cannon. 

I mounted picket this night. 

23d. — "Went with y' escort to Halfway hroolc to meet y^ con- 
voy who had 73 teams, o of which were loaded with swivels. 
Sarg*- Brown went ont for T days scout with 7 in alh Z. Wa- 
terman and Thomas Clarke ont of my company went with him 
— for AVood Creek and South T3ay. 

24th, Sabbath.— Heard :\[r. Morrell. 

i\lajor liugers went out with 15U men on S days scout down 
y"^ Lake. 

25th. — !Mr. Stiles came here. 

I mounted picket this night. A French Kegular corporal 
came into this camp, gave intelligence as follows, that he came 
from Tic(>nderoga in a scout of 15 Indians and 5 Frenchmen 
besides himself, in whale boats nine miles this side of y^ ad- 
vanced guard, landed y" west side of y" Lake, travelled hard 
and came almost opposite this camp, he loitered behind and 
came in, y' others were to view from y" tops of y- mountains 
y^ circumstances of y" cam]) and then go to y" road between 
this and Fort Edward, do mischief and return. The enemy 
had filled up their Eegiments at Ticonderoga. their force con- 
sisting of So<)0 in y whole now, and had thrown up their de- 
fen.se at our landing and chiefly retired within their ]irincipal 
breastwork ; a scout of 40 men took said de-erter for their 
pilot and went to cut off said enemy as they returner! to their 
boats. Said deserter likewise says y° French gave account that 
thfi-y killed tKH) of our troo})S in y' tight July Stli and they, that 
is the enemy, lost about 5(>0 who were killed and taken, includ- 
ing what were killed and taken y- ♦»''' He came a prest man 
and deserted to get clear — intends to learn a trade in our 
country, he is a corporal IS years old. 



430 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

2(3t]i. — Col: Bradstreet comes in. 

A little snow was seen to fall. ' ■ 

27th. — A sprinkling of snow. 

y« government stores of clothing and sugar came in. 

28th — Kotliing new. 

oyth. Y^^ chief of ]\Iajor Eogers' scout came in. Capt. 

Staunton says they have brought in y' bark canoes that y« 20 
French and Indians came in, that y' French deserter gave ac- 
count of, who came in y'^ 25^^ instant. Y*^ party that went 
with said deserter to cut off said 20 joined Major Eogers' scout ; 
laid wait for said 2('>, but were discovered by them. 

:N'o remarkable discovery made though our large scout went 
to y*^ enemy's advance guard. Sarg^' Brown came in with all 
well, made no new discovery. 

Capt. Baldwin told me this day that lie had got 4 men re- 
leased by reason of sickness and three of them died on y"^ road. 
Al)ner Xorkett was carried to y' Hospital. 
30tli.— AVent with 107 of y' Rangers on fatigue, cutting 
trees. 

1st October, Sabbath.— Abner Xorkett deceased about 9 of 
the clock in y" morning. 

Y' remaining part of Major Pvogers' scout came in, made no 
further discovery. 

Mr. Morrell preached from these words in Psalms, '* The 
Lord reigneth. let y' earth rejoice." 
i * I mounted picket this night. A flag of truce went down y^ 

Lake towards Ticonderoga. 

2cl._T)ivided y' Government present to y^ Connecticut 
forces, which was 10 sheep, to that part of Col. Whiting's 
i Eedinent which is here at Lake George. David Fuller came 

' her'e, brought a flne cheese for me from brother Judah. [In 

[ the manj'in.'] It was one my wife sent. 

\ It was a very rainy afternoon and stormy night. 

\ 3d. — ^Nothing new. 

\ 4th.— 200 of Cul. Broadstreet's batteaux-men came in. 

' 5th. — General Amherst came into camp. 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 431 

(tth. — The army was turned out — otRccrs and soldiers ranked 
in iiiuir rcspectivt; Heginicnts, and }'' two Generals and a great 
number of Regular officers marched round y^ camp and viewed. 

7th. — I am informed hy two field officers and several car- 
penters and some others, that it was yesterday's result that y^ 
army should not go forward again this fall, and General Am- 
herst went down towards Albany this day nut to return this 
fall. Y'^ long poles are fitting with speed to fasten y' waggon 
wheels together to ti-ansport y' whale boats and batteaux dovrn- 
ward. A large floaty thing has been building about three 
weeks, looks as if it -^vould be done in one week more. It is 
51 feet in length, about 10 or IS wide, straight flat bottom, 
flaring waist about .5 feet high, then turns with an elbow or 
tim])cr and covers ovei; y"^ top all but a streak about S 
or 9 feet wide, y*^ sides and end> are according to this plan 



/ Tlie name of this 

creature is Tail and 
V End, or Land Tortoise. 

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The outside plank 4 inches thick, y'' ceiling 3 inches ditto. 
Mr. William Dunham came up this day. I mounted picket 
this night. 

8th, Sabbath.— Heard :\Ir. Morrell. 

C. W. G. t. d. s. p. 

William Dunham jun""- went into hospital. 

9th. — Xo new thing, but Wm. Dunham Jr. had liberty to go 
home. 

10th. — I mounted main guard on the hill. A very rainy 
night. 

11th. — Major went down with Capt. Lewis and about 

2 or 300 men to mend roads, carried their tents and are not to 
return. A Frenchman came to three hunters and so with them 
into this camp, said hunters belonged to this Kogiment, said 
deserter came to them as they were in y*" wood ; he came witli- 
out arms, but with a stick and a white cloth on y^ end of it as 
a sign like a flair of truce. 



432 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

Sarg* White, George Blancliard, Jolm C'arriei-, DiP- AVatrous, 
J. Roberts, S'Mott, Sa"- Miicliell, and J. Loomis were released 
to go home. 

I mounted picket this night and Surg''- J"- Wriglit came in. 

CoL Hart's Ece:'' went oti" to build a bridi^e at Saratuira. 

12th.— AVeut olT discbarged, Sarg'*- White, Del^- Watrous, 
Jolm Roberts, George Jilanchard, Sam'- ]\[itchell and John 
Carrier, and discharged John Loomis and Sam'- Mott, but they 
could not go for want of carriage. 

This ]2th day there was nothing new, but all should have 
been set to the 13th. 

13th. — Xothing new, but what is set to y*" 12th should have 
been set to this. 

14th.— Xo news, but two men were killed by y*' Indians at 
Saratoga y* east side of y" River, and one man scared into the 
River and drowned, they were carters. 

loth, Sabbath.— Heard Mr. Morrell. 

I mounted picket this night. C. W. g. t. B. — Cannon balls, 
shells, oars, ttc, have been bringing in up from y"" water and 
paraded in order for carrying down. 

10th. — Went with y' escort to y" 5 mile meadow and cleared 
y swamp on each side j" bridge, guarded about 100 teams up 
to carry down cannon, 6zc. 

ITth. — ^AVent otf, y' heaviest cannon, ball and shells. Mr. 
Beckwith went home. 150 waggons came for batteaux, Arc. 

18th.— AVent off Col. AVooster's Reg'- — 100 whale boats, 
&c. — in y*" afternoon came in an addition of wao-gons. 

lOth.— AVent off Aaron Dewey, Elijah Thomas, Elisha 
Snuilly and John Loomis. 

20th.— AA'ent d<.>wn y*^ Lake on scout with fiO men of Col. 
AVhiting's Reg'- for an advance guard to y^ parties concealino- 
watercraft. AVe took iO whale boats. AVent oft' in 
high wind and culd, lodged on y*^ long island. 

21st. — AVent into y* bay and up y" creek opposite y^ Long 
Island, concealed y'^ boats in a craid)erry SAvamp, Sent Ensi^-n 
Avery back tu y- camp for •!(» or 50 more boats, then we 
scoured y^ woods, set sentries, and at sundown Lieut. Xiles came 



CnAMPION GENEALOGY. 433 

with y^ ensign and 40 men more and 40 more l)oats. AVe 
lodii:;ed on y*^ main iaiid, }" ea&t ^iJe of y'" Lake near ^aid creek. 
This day went off Corp. Da'"- J>i<i;elow. 

22d, SabV)atli.— Sam'- Mott went off and 'J'ini. Stark. Se- 
cnrcd about 20 more boats in y^ swamp y® north side y'^ creek 
oi)posite y® others which we hid yesterday, then marched cross 
a neck of land t*^ y^ bay opposite Diamond Island where onr 
])arty left 20 boats y"" day before, drew !(;> of them out of 
y'" Lake, carried them over a rising knoll and hid them, went 
with y^ other 10 southward to y* head of y'^ bay, run them into 
a nuirshy creek and hid 9 in y*^ swamp. I took y*^ other odd 
boat with Serg"'- Whelpley and Serg'^- Andrews, went back 
to y"^ ].ake and so home. 

]\[ajor l^(.)gers who had been \\ith me the whole time for a 
pilot then took y"^ ]^^"'ty and Lieut. Xiles and came cross 
y*^ mountains into y^ camp. Two Frencli deserters came and 
resio-ned tliem^elves to our sentries, thev [savl 6 more are com- 
ing ill. A large number of batteaux sunk this day by parties 
from y^ camp \^ sloop stripped and cril)s made of ])lanks fas- 
tened on y^ sides of y*^ sloop and to y* Land Turtle or Tail and 
End, and tilled with stone to sink. cVrc. 

23d.— AVcnt off Col. AV- ^niliams, Col. Prebble and Col. 
NicoVs Ilegimenrs. AVilliam Dunham deceased. 
CoL W. g. t. D., c^^c. 
]\Lij. li. g. t. D.. S:c. Cannon all gone but six. 

24th. — AVent oft' Stephen Ackley and Lemuel Shirtlift". 
This day finished carrying off and sinking all y*^ watercraft ; 
y® out breastworks and picket forts and guard house and 
y^ Stone House, Jlo>pital and a vast number of huts and rubbish 
destroyed and burnt ; y*^ great lake-house bunit in y*^ dark 
evening illuminated y'^ camp so one might read in a bible, if he 
had one, at half a mile distance; y*^ valuid)lo timber of hos- 
l>itals and stores and otticers' houses were buried in y'' ground. 

About 300 teams and waggons came in to carry oft' y*^ pro- 
vision, baggage, suttlers' stores and other camp furniture ; we 
had orders to march homewards 5 o' the clock y^ next morning. 

2r)th. — AVent oft' all y^ remaining part of y® army biit Col. 
Gage's Keg'*-, one liegiment of the Iloyal Americans and Col. 

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434 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

Lyman's and Col. Whiting's. Onr Kegiment struck tents and 
burnt houses and loaded up l:)aggage, and were then ordered to 
stay till next day for want of carriage to transport y« provision, 
y*= store house being taken down. I got a birth in Col. Preb- 
ble's house. In y'^ evening came up a large number of teams, 
waggons, etc. 

26th.— A\^as carried off the pr.n-isions, etc., and at one or 
two o' th' clock in y° aftei-n()on came Capt. Wolf (y" chief of 
y« French Eangersi with a flag of truce, IS men with him. 
They came from Ticonderoga a't 6 o' the clock in the forenoon ; 
their errand is not known to y^^ publick. Some snow fell, and 
every day for three or four days past, y*^ scouts say it is half 
leg deep at South Bay. 

Sarij"- Brown went otf for home to send horses to meet us. 

27th.— Y" flag of truce went off at 4 o' th' clock in y^ morn- 
ing ; a large mmiber of teams and waggons being come up in 
ye'iiio-ht M^ this day all came off. I have here in my company 
44 men or thereabouts. 

Came 3 miles south of Halfway Brook and encamped— 

Snowy day. 

2S{\\. ;^^v men that were on connnand at said brook and 

forward joined— made my company 52. Marched to y' falls 3 
miles north of Fort Edward and encamped. 

Y^ last of v^ cannon were carried from halfway l)rook to 
Fort Edward. Some snow and rain this night. 

29th Sabljath.— Conveyed two cannon up from Fort Edward 
to Halfway Brook, on news of y^ enemy being like to attack y^ 
teams and' waggons : still employed conveying proWsions and 
batteaux from half way brook to Fort Edward. 

30th. Convevingto Fort Edward, provisions and water-craft. 

31st.— Still y'' same. 

1st :N'ovend)er.— Marched to Fort Edward and encamped y* 
west side of y*" river at y'^'lvoyal block house and joined Capt°- 

Wells. 

Four Ecii-ulars drowned going down y*^ Falls m a batteau 
near Fort Miller, Col. Lyman's and Col. AVorster's Ilegiments 
went d(jwn in batteaux. 



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CITAMPIOX GENEALOGY. 



435 



2d. — Fell trees near block house. 

3d.-— Drew up Ixitteaux — cleared a cart road for wood. &c. 

1 mounted picket. 

4th.^ — fuelled trees, Arc. Received one or two barrels of rum 
in y* Kegiment. 

5tli, Sabbatli. — ^Farclicd witliin two miles of Saratoga. A 
very rainy day. 1 dined with a Regular otlicer at Fort ^lillcr. 
Lodged in y" water. 

Gth. — ]\1 arched 3 miles soutli of Stillwater, dined with Capt. 
Porter and y" otHcers of our Eeg^- on free cost. A stormy, 
snowy night. 

7tli. — ]\[arclied to Greenltush — some of our men fell short 
and lay in y*" woods. A cold night. 

Stli. — Drew provisions and prepared to march for liome. 
Cold. 

9tli. — licceived y^ Government's money and mai'died to 
Kinderho(dc. Still very cold. 

lOth. — Marched to y^ stone house and waited for y*" rear of 
y cr>mpany. Cold — snow fell. 

11th. — ^Marched to Sexton's after receiving y^ Khig's provis- 
ion money. Met my horse at Eoberts'. Cold Extreme. Left 
Z. Freeman at Ttol)crts'. 

12th, Sabbath. — To Sedgwick's. Left Moses Allen at a 
house near Lawrence's at Canaan. 

13th.— To Litchtield— to Brother's. 

lith. — To Lankton's. Left Jo'- Skinner at ILirwinton and 
Elisha Ijrown at Strong's at Fai-mington. 

15th. — Arrived safe at home, found all welh 

God be praised. 

FouT Edward, Juue '^8. 17r)8. 

Sent y account of y" teams that transptn-te-d my baggage, ami y* ac- 
count of men's billeting with other circumstances and an order from 
Timothy Stark for one pound lawful money towards his wages for 
■whicdi I have paid y ea-h to Orlando Mack. Also cash sixty dollars. 
All to be sent to brotber Israel Champion in case I do not get back. 
The above things I sent by Sarg'- Jonathan Spencer. 



436 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

Left a few (.lays ago my beaver hat at Capt"* Peter Beneway's at Half 
Moon. 

Left at Capt. Dow"s of Greenbush my chest with my gold lace and all 
my regimentals, and y account of y" delivery of y-^ arms and accoutre- 
ments : also y^ account of my papers delivered to brother Israel, and 
sundry cloths and camp articles. 

[The following persons seem to have composed the company of Cap- 
tain Champion. 

Under the date of May 23, 1758, is an account generally set forth 
thus : 

" Received for Bounty £4. 0.0. 

For 1 month's wages and Blanket and Knapsack 1.18.0." 

The names subscribed are as follows :] 

John Jolmson, Lieutenant. 

1 month's wages and blanket and knapsack £4. 
David Woodward, Lieutenant. 

same as last £4. 
Levi Wells. Ensign. 

same as last £3.10. 
Thomas Sumner, Sarg''- 

for 1 mouth's wages £'-. 

Premium, blanket and knap''" 4. 
William Brown. Sarg" • as last. 
W"- White, Sarg"'- as last. 
James Wells, Sarg'-- as last. 
Christopher Comstock. Clark. 

for Bounty £4. 
Wages, &c. 2. 
Daniel Bigelow, Corporal. 

Bounty £4, 

1 month wages, &c. 1.18. 
Ezra Gates, Corporal. 

as last. 
John Hall. Corporal. 

as last. 
Isaac Bigelow, Drunnner. 

Bounty £4. 
Wages, &c. 1.18. 
Elijah Stiles, Bounty £4. . 

Wages, &c. 1.18. 

[The f(jllowing privates received a bounty of £4; wages, &c. £1.18. 
Those whose names are followed by an * made their mark.] 

Arthur Acley.* George Blanchard. 

Stephen Acly. . Elisha Brown.* 

Moses Allen.* John Brown. 

Samuel Ashcrauft. Jonathan Brown. 



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CHAMPION GEXEALOGV 



437 



Samuel Buel. 
Beiijauiin Caiiier, Jr. 
Jolui Carrier. 
Eliphalet Chamhevlain. 
Elijah Chamberlin. 
Thoaias Clark. 
Jeremiah Congdon. 
Constant Cvandall. 
Samuel Curtice. 
Aaron Day. 
Jonathan Delano. 
Aaron Dewey. 
I^;rael Dewey. 
William Dodge. 
"William Dunham.^ 
(Hdeon Fox. 
I'rince Freeman.* 
Zacheriah Freeman.* 
Preserved Gardner. 
James Glass. 
Thomas Goslin. 
John Gould. 
E. Halket. 
Seth Hall. 
John Hazard. 
Eliakim Hitchcock. - 
John Hughes.* ^ 
Ezekiel Kellogg. 
Elijah Kingsley. 
John Lomcs. 
Orlando Mack. 
Robert Mackcleane. 
Josiah 31acLean, 
Samuel Mitohel. 



Samuel Mott. 

Abner Norket.-* 

Uzziel Owen. 

Joseph Pai-ker. 

Samuel Penlield. 

James Pratt. 

Samuel Raymond. 

John Roberts. 

Ephraim Rowlee. 

Daniel Shipman. 

John ShirtlitY. 

Lemuel Shirtlifl.* 

Joseph Skinner.* 

Elisha Smalley. 

Ebenezer Smith. 

Timothy Stark. 

Sabin Strong. 

Philip Tabor. 

Nathaniel Taylor. 

Elijah Thomas. 

Joseph Tuttle. 

Henry Walvills. 

Zebulon Waterman. 

Deliverance Watrous. 

Gideon Waterus. 

Lazarus Waterus. 

Asahol Webster. 

Asel Wells. 

Simeon Wells. 

Zadoc Weston. 

John Whitcomb. 

Jacob White. • 

John Wright. 

Cato, a negro.* 

[June 14, 1758.] 



Lake George July y 4'^. 1758. 
Loving Wife, after my hearty love to you and y" children, hoping this 
will tind you and all friends well as through y mercy of God it leaves 
me, I inform that we got to Bolton y day I set from Home which was 
y 8"' day of June, y'- 9"' we got to Hartford, y" 10'" to Hartford west 
division, y 11'" to Farmington. y 12"' to Litchfield, y" 13'^ to Goshen, 
y 14'i' to Canaan, y 15''' to Sheffield and in y night John Hughes stole 
Ensign Wells gun and deserted, y It)'' to Sliaron at y grateroomland. 
y 17"> to Kinderhook. y 18''' to y halfway house, y 1!)'*' to Greenlmsli, 
y 20"> and 21*' lodged at Cireenbush, y 22' to y great flats, y 2:3' to 
half moim, V 24th to y great meadows, y 25"' to fort :Miller, y 2(5'^ to 



' Died 2:j Oct. 1758. - Killed :).-) July 17^).^. 

^ Deserted 1'. June HJ.''. * Died 1 Oct. 17')."*. 



438 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

fort Edward, y' 27 and 28 lodged at fort Edward, r -^'^ to Lake 
George— We kfL Sar"- Thuiiias Saninor something poorly at Grecnbush 
but l\ave heard he is Letter. We left at Saratoga fort Lieu'- Johnson, 
Jonathan Delano. Eliakiiu nitclicoek, Gi<leon Watrous. John ShirtlifT, 
Sa"- Pentleld. Joseph Skinner an.l Josiali .Mackcleane to keep fort this 
summer, but Lieu'. Johnson has got relayed and has now joined us 

here. 

We live as well as I expected and are all that belong to my Company 
so well that we keep aV)Out, but there is several poorly a seasoning to 
campway of living, namely Constant Crandall. Lieut. Hall. Moses Alen. 
and Eph'raim Rowley, s' Ephraini is only come with a cut of his hntcliet 
in his leg but all tliose are growing better apace. We have here about 
fifteed lumdred Batteaux and a number of whale by the account from 
y^ officers thereof. The batteaux are a great part of them now loaded 
with Cannon carriages. Cannon ball. Bum-sells, spades, pickaxes, pow- 
der, provision and all sorts of warlike implements. We have here by 
y? account I have from two of the Colonels about sixteen thousand 
men, and I have not heard of a Death since we came to y*^ camp. We 
have positive orders to set olf dov.-n y^ Lake tomorrow morning by 
Break of day with y^ number of forces aforesaid to attack y enemy. We 
sometimes hear there is great numbers of y^ enemy at Ticonderoga and 
sometimes we hear there is not so vast a number, but I hear nothing 
from y enemy more than could be expected one way or the other. Our 
army "in general seem to be in pretty good spirits, y Regulars seem to 
be well spirited. &c.. the army seems to be civil in general and espe- 
cially the provintials, I do not remember hearing an oath from one of 
my company since we left Hartf(-)rd. 

If it should be so ordered in providence that I should not live to 
come Home, I entreat you to give our children good Learning, let the 
expense be more or less, get my Brother to assist you herein and see to 
it they are religiously brought up. Make to Henry Mr. Bell's gift as 
soon as possible^you can get it in y s^me sort, apply to Brother Israel 
for money for I sent a considei able sum home by him. an accoutrement 
which I have left in my chest at Capt. Dow's at Greenbush, I also left 
my gold lace and all my Regimentals and several other things, togetlier 
with y account of the notes, orders and other del)ts which I delivered 
to Israel to collect for me, also an account of y delivery of y^ arms and 
acoiitrements to my company, y men's names they were delivered to 
with y prizes of y same &c., and I have delivered to Sart. Jonathan 
Spencer v account of y charges of y- teams that transported y bag- 
gage of my Company to Greenbush and y« acct. of my company Bilet- 
. ing with other circumstances and an order from Timotliy Stark for one 
pound Lawfull money toward his wages for which order I have paid 
y cash to Orlander .Alack. 1 also sent sixty dollars by s' Spencer wlio 
is stationed at Saratoga fort this summer : he is to carry all s' articles 
Home to you or Brother Israel in case I do not get Home again. I left 
my beaver hat at Capt. Peter Beneway at Half Moon. 

Lieut. John Johnson has had of me here £1-13-10 Lawfull money and 
Lieut. Johnson. Lieut. Woodward and Ensign Wells and C. Comstock 



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CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 4-39 

sav thoy will allow their part of charge of j- teams that r King or 
Cove-niuifut doe» not allow according to j- bigness of the chests : I 
hnve paid out of my pocket all y^ charges of y^ whole for it must be 

settled afterwards. ., , , , 

I do not remember as I have anything further to write but to give 
mv dutv to parents, love to brothers and sisters and friends and neigh- 
boVs to Rev. Mr. Skinner in particular and desire y« continuance of his 
and 'all your fervent prayers "so long as I continue a subject thereof, 
hoping and expecting to see you in God's time in peace and safety. 
This from him who remains your Loving Husband Henry Champion. 
P S -I having a disposition to write so many things have set them 
down very irregular as they came into my mind, but my hurry prepar- 
ing ammunition, etc., provision, etc., for our march and y^ present 
sit"iation I hope will be a sutlicient energy : y (^I'^ad of engaging r 
enemy seems to be nothing so terrible at present as I expected it would 
he when it appeared so near : we are happy in our chaplin of Connecti- 
cut are all well. Mr. Elisha Spencer is here in y" jersey as the chaplin. 

H. Champion. 

p ,s -Connecticut forces are encamped on y east side of y' Lake 
about 40 or 60 rods down y ■ Lake, we have several cannon mounted on 
floats to go with y army. 



M I S C E L L A :^ E O U S . 



The last AVill and Testament of Hexky Champiox of Col- 
chester IN THE State of Coxneotici-t— In the Xame of 
God, Amen. 

Calliug to mind mv ov^-n mortality and being of sound mind and 
memory do therefore make, constitute and ordain this to be my last 
Will and Testament, revoking all. -lisanulling all former wills. 

Imprimis, I will and bequeath my soul into the hands of God who 
gave it, humblv recommending it to mercy through the atoning blood 
of Christ and liis mercv-and my body to be decently buried in the 
manner following (viz.) to be kept above ground longer than the usual 
time in this countrv, especially if I shoiild die suddenly or in a fit and 
the weather will permit, and my corpse dressed in a white Imen shu't, 
coat waist coat, breeches and stockings and a small white neck cloth. 
Mv cofHn and grave made large, as I have sundry times seen incon- 
venience in inclement weather for want of it. My coffin and pall to be 
the color of a falling leaf in autumn, and no new expense made for 
mourning except the black ribbands, and deacons to be bearers it 
present, and no great parade to be made. 

With regard to mv worldly goods I give as. follows, viz. :-To my son 
Henrv Champion. Jun.. four thousand five hundred pounds, mcluding 
what" he has already received, and computing what lie has already 
received at one thousand tliree hundred and fifty pounds. 

And I -ive to mv son Epaphroditus Champion three thousand pounds 
including what he" has already received, and computing what he has 
alreadv received at one thousand three hundred and fifty pounds. 

I -i^e to mv daughter Deborah Gilbert one thousand and five hun- 
dred'pounds including what she has already received, and computing 
what she has alreadv receive.l at one hundred pounds. 

To my dau-hter Dollv Deming one thousand one hundred and titty 
pounds inchuling what she has already received, and computing what 
she has received at one hundred and fifty pounds. 

To mv daughter Marv Bulkley eight liundred pounds including what 
she has'already received, and computmg what she has already received 
at one hundred And forty-one pouiK Is. , . , v 

To my daughter Elizabeth Storrs eight hundred pounds including 
what she has already received, and computing what she has already 
received at one hundred and sixty-four pounds. 
And to my daugliter Esther eight hundred pounds. 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 441 

f To my sister Mehitable Deming six pounds per annum after my 

f decease during her naluuil life. 

» Witli regard to Samji.'jon, Cato and Joel I have given them their 

freedoni heretofore, Cil)el I have given to Deborali Gil))ort, Vira to 
Dorothy Deming. Asher to Mary Bulkley, and Rose to Elizabeth Storrs, 
all of them included in the sums the}- (viz.) Deborah, Dorothy, Mary 
and Elizabeth are said to have received, and as I am not an advocate of 
I slavery it is my desire that all be set fre? at twenty-six years of age in 

fr case they respectively behave well till they arrive at that period. With 

"~ regard to Felix, he having forfeited his liburty even if had been born 

free by misdemeanor and crimes of a criminal nature, therefore I give 
him to my son Henry to dispose of as he shall choose. 

It is my further wisJi that my children take their equal proportion of 
the whole sum given to each of them respectively in my public obliga- 
tions and securities, unless they or any of them agree otherwise among 
themselves, and in case my estate should amount to more than the sum 
given, or should fall short of the amount of the whole sum given them,' 
and in either case to add or diminish as the case may be in tlie saiue 
proportion to the sums given to them. Sister Deming's small pittance 
to remain as it is in good money, and I do appoint my sous Henry 
Champion, Jun., and Epaphroditus Champion to be my executors to 
this my last Will and Testament. 

N. B. — The sums mentioned in this my last will to have been received 
by my children was all good silver mone\% and in the sums given I 
have constituted my Public Securities at par. 

Dated at Colchester December l(5th, ITS',). Signed, sealed, and deliv- 
ered iu presence of 

ICHABOD OLMSTEAD, 

Erastus Worthingtox, Henry Champion, [seal], 

ICHABOD Olmstead. Jr. 
Proved Probate District, East Haddam, August 1. 1797. 



REVOLUTION APvY COHRESPONDENX^E. 



Colchester, December 23, 1831. 
William L. Stoers : 

Dear Sir- Not knowing but that tlie subject of tlie invalid pensions 
which was brought before Congress the last session may again engage 
their attention I take the liberty to enclose to you a statement I made 
of my services in the Revolutionary War, when a pension was granted 
to certain officers and soldiers in the year 181S. It was never presented 
nor even directed to any person. The facts however are correctly 
stated and will serve to show that one oflficer at least did considerable 
service for which he was never paid. Some others I know are under 
somewhat simihir circumstances. After a delay of upwards of .50 years 
the remuneration pr(^posed by the last Congress can not be of very 
great consequence to me though an acceptable acknowledgment ; but 
there are others to whom it would be a great relief from the l)urthen 
of old age and poverty. If this statement can in any way promote the 
benevolent views of Congress it will gratify me. 

Very respectfully your ob"t Servant, 

Henry Chajipion. 

Sir— I joined the American army immediately after the battle of 
Lexington as an ensign. In May following I received a commission of 
First Lieutenant in the 2-3d Regiment of the Continental Army raised 
for the year 1776 and served as a Lieutenant and Adjutant that year. 
In October of that year I received a Captain's Commission and raised a 
full company of eighty-six men which very few captains, if any, did, 
and at a time of distress for men. I served as Captain till ^lay 1st, 
1780, except a part of the time in the Engineering Department and a 
part'of the time as Brigade Major to Gen'- Parsons, which last office I 
quitted when Congress directed that duty to be done by a major of the 
line. I commanded the tirst battalion of Connecticut Light Infantry 
in the attack and capture of Stony Point under Gen'- Wavne in 1779 
which command I held till 1 returned from the Army. I requested a 
dismission at the time I did by the express desire of my father who had 
been a Deputy Commissary General of Purchases from the commence- 
ment of the War and whose advanced age and weight of business in his 
opinion made my assistance indispensable. During my service I endured 
much hardship and passed tlirough as many dangers as perhaps any 
other officer of my rank in the army, and having no family or domestic 
concerns was seMom absent from camp and never missed a tour of duty 
by ill health while I was in the army. Having spent about five years 
of the prime of my life, los^t one thousand dollars which I had when I 



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CHAMPION GENEALOCxY. '^'^'^ 

nfor.vl the service bv the depreciation of Continental bills. I retired 
r ra o rm" vitl.out anvlnnd. half-pay, or <-omnn.tation therefor, or 
'rpav : U.except my wages in old Continental Money, and too 

nJ o buv a horse or even a suit of clothes. If these services entitle 
;; e to a pexi ion under the late Act of Congress I shall be wilhng to 

oce veitasadebt justlv due me. I do not now plead real poverty. 
^n^I tuL army I have by my industry acquired what m Connec- 
ticut is called a Decent Property. 

I have the Honor to be Respectfully, your very humble &el^ ant 

Henry Champion. 

P S -Some time after I left service, the State of Conn, made up to 
the officers and soldiers of the State what it called the ^lepreciation of 
money, and paid them in State notes of very depreciated value^^3 or 4 
on the pound. 

Camp Valley Forge, Feb. 17. 1778. 
Sii-Thc present situation of the army is the most melancholly that 
can be cine ived. Our supplies of provisions of the flesh kind for son.e 
hue pa!t have been very deficient and irregular.-A prospect now 
opens of absolute want such as will make it impossible to keep the 
armv nruch h.nger from dissolution unless the most vigorous and 
effTLa measures are pursued to prevent it.-Jersey. Pennsylvania 
and Maryland are now entirely exhausted.-AIl the beef and pork 
akeady collected in them or that can be collected will not by any means 
up'ort the armv one month longer.-Further to southard some quan- 
ti s of salt pro;isions have been procured : but if they were a 1 on die 
spot they wiuld afford but a very partial and tempory ^^H^l y-Tl « 
difficulty of transportation is great. The distance wil not a low to 
be effected bv land carriage, and the navigation up Chespeake Baj i. 
i^t rrupted by the enemy's vessels which make it very precarious when 
we sha 1 get anv material relief from that quarter.-To the Last, aid 
only can we tux^n our eyes with any reasonable hope of t.mely and ade 
quate succor.-If every possible exertion is not made -^^^''^I'JJ^ 
secure us immediate and ample supplies of cattle, the most fatal conse 
quences must ensue.-I have much confidence in your zeal ^"d actn u> , 
and I trust upon this occasion they will be exerted in a peculiar manner 
to hurry on to camp all the cattle you may be able to purchase- 
I am Sir 

Your most ob't servant, 
^ c- G"- Washington. 

Henry Champion. Esq. " 

Headquarters Valley Forge, Mar. 9. 1778. 

Sir-The receipt of v.nir favor of the -Sth Inst month gave me much 
pleasure, as it relieved me from a .tate o( the greatest anxiety on 
account of provisions. f ^^f 

1 h..i>e vou will steadily persevere in sendi.>g forward s.^;PP'^^^^ -^ ^^J* 
tie and if" it is vet possible to put up any salt meat, I beg it may be done 
for during our late want we have been obliged to consume most of the 



1 

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! 
I 

i 44-4 CHAMPION" GENEALOGY. 

I 

j little that was cured in this quarter. I am endeavoring to draw as 

i many cattle as possible from Jersey, Pennsylvania and ^Maryland and 

; Virginia, but they are in general small and very thin, nor can we 

expect any quantity from those parts till next Fall — 

I I shall lay your petition for a temporary suspension of the limitation 

I law before Congress with your reasons for the measure and I hope they 

I will consider the propriety and expediency of it — 

; I am Sir — 

; Your most ob't serv. 

j Henry CHAiiPiox, Esq. G"- Washington'. 

; Headquarters, May 26, 1780. 

i Sir — We are in a situation of extremity for want of meat, the troops 

[ on several days have been entirely destitute of any. and for a cunsider- 

I able time past, they have been at best at half— at quarter— an eighth — 

; allowance of this essential article — 

; This distress produced a meeting last night in the Connecticut line — 

I I entreat your best and every exertion to give us relief. 

; I am Sir with greatest regard 

i Your most ob't serv. 

r Col. Henry Champion. G"- Washington. 
[ 

i Colchester 30 Nov., 1777. 

; Sir — You are hereby authorized and desired tc> purchase all the good 

• Beef Cattle you can find in the Eastern part of this State, except the 

I district assigned Cap'. Seth Grosvenor and the few towns assigned Cap'. 

i James Roberts in the Northwest part of this District— this is with pro- 

i viso, that ^Ir. David Trumbull does not engage in the service : if he 

j^ does, devide the district as is most convenient for both of you — And as 

j it is necessary to have some person at Gen'. Putnam's Head Quarters to 

I receive and take care of the Beef Cattle sent thither for the subsistence 

i of his Troops— must by you to engage Mr. Asa Worthington in this 

i service and give him such directions as you think necessary, for con- 

j ducting this business— as I have not yet received the money for which 

I Congress furnished me with a warrant ; you are desired to take up 

1 monev on Interest, until I am enabled to replace it — The cattle for the 

i " "■ . 

I present you are to send to Head Quarters in Pennsylvania, except you 

I are called on by Gen'. Putnam for supplies— You will write me from 

! time to time of your success in Business — what numbers of cattle you 

i sent forward, and to whom — and the average price you give. 

! - I am Sir your must hum' Serv. 

i " Peter Colt, D. C. G. P., 

j. East Dep\. 

J Mr. Epapuhoditcs Champu)N. 

|- • Sir, — You are hereby autliorized and directed to purchase fat cattle 

i from time to time as shall be re(iuired in the town of Glastonbury, 

\ Chatham. Ci.lchestt'r, East Haddam, Lyme, New London, Norwich and 

. such part of Lebanon and Hebron as are included in the societies of 



CIIAMFIOX GENEALOGY. 445 

Goshen, Exeter and Marlborough and Tallcott Street in Gilead and 
f. Joiics ftJtrfPt in H»br<-)n inclndiuir Dea. Beck's and Wright's Island in 

I Wethersfield. 

t. Yon will conform your purchases to the regulations of June 10, 1777, 

I and April 17, 1778, herewith delivered you. In particular make regular 

monthly returns of your purchases. 
July 27, 1778. 
To E. Champion. P. C. ) Henry Champion, 

Present. ) D. C. G. P. 

GEN. EPAPHRODITUS CHAMPION'S BOND FOR SERVICE. 

Know all men by these presents that we, Epaphroditus Champion of 
Colchester, Elijah House of Lebanon and Julius Deming of Colchester, 
all in the State of Connecticut, are holden and stand firmly bound and 
obliged unto the Honorable Henry Laurens. Esqtiire. President of 
Congress, in the full and whole sura of Ten Thousand Dollars to be 
paid to the said Henry Laurens or to his successor in oftice, to the which 
payment well and truly to be made and done, we the said Epaphroditus 
Chanipion, Elijah House and Julius Deming do bind ourselves, heirs, 
executors and administrators firmly by these presents signed with our 
hands and sealed with our seals. Dated at Colchester the twenty-sixth 
day of June Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and seventy- 
eight. 

The condition of this obligation is such that if the above bounden 
Ei)aphroditus Champion shall well and truly execute the oflice and 
trust of an Assistant Commissary of Purchases in the xVmerican Army 
according to the Resolutions of Congress regulating that Department, 
this present obligation to be void and of none effect but in default 
thereof shall stand, remain and abide in full force, strength, power 
and virtue. 

Signed, sealed and delivered Epaphroditus Champion. 

in presence of Elijah House. 

Elisha Parker. Julius Deming. 

Polly Champion. 

Lebanon in State of Conn''. Aug. 7th, A, D. 1778. 
Mr. Epaphroditus Champion produced to me a certificate dated 27 
July, 1778, of his appointment as a D. Com'', of Pnrch'. of fat beef 
cattle for the use of the Continental Army under the hand of Henry 
Champion, Esq'.. Com>. Gen', of Purclr. of that article in the East 
Dep'. ; and made solemn oath in due form of Law that he would not 
directly or indirectly take any measure or cause or countenance any to 
be taken to raise the price of any article within the view of the Corny. 
Gen''». Dep'.. that he would use his best skill and judgment in purchas- 
ing on the most reasonable terms on account of the United States and 
that he will give the Com>. Gen', from time to time the earliest infor- 
mation of such frauds and abuses in the said Com>'«. Dep'. as shall come 
to the knowledge of said deponent ; ilr. Julius Deming at the same 



446 CHAMPION GEXEALOGY. 

time providod a certificate of the like kind under the same si^^nature 
dntpd ]r>t]< ^\CJ, 17TS, and took the same oatli in the like manner and 
form as above mentioned. 

Before me, W"'. Williams one of the Council or Assistants for said 

State. 

Colchester Nov. 14th~17T8. 

Sir— You are hereby directed to discontinue your Purchases in this 
and the neighboring Towns and proceed to the north part of Hampshire 
Countv in the State of .Massachusetts Bay where you are to make your 
abode and purchase fat cattle from time to time as shall be required in 
that part of s' County which lies north of the Towns of Greenwich, 
Pelham, Amherst, Hadley, Northampton, Williamsburgh, Chesterfield 
and Worthington. the above mentioned towns included. You will con- 
form your purchases to the Regulations of June 10th, 1777, and April 
14th, 1778, and all other Resolutions of Congress which respect you in 
character of Purchasing Commissary— in particular make regular 
mouthlv returns of vour purchases. 

To Mr. E. CHAMPION', ) Henry Champion, 

Present. )' D. C. G. P'. 



AN ELEGY OX'gENEEAL CHAMPION'S 
QUEUE. 

HON. JOHN LOVETT.* 



"Quis talia fando. temperet a laclirymis?" 
Forever gone dear venerable Queue. 
And friends denied the parting last adieu. 
Gone, gone, forever numbered with the dead 
Dear snow white Tail of General Champion's Head. 
How oft on thee my falfring eyes I'd fix, 
While ray heart wliispered -'There is Seventy-Six."' 
Yes that pure needle points tlie Federal pole, 
And as it points I'll steer and risk my Soul, 
Wife, children. Country— all I hold most dear, 
Rather than with these inodern Pilots steer. 
In storm of War on Thee I most relied. 
Thou never veer"dst with tempest wind or tide. 
Dear, dear departed Tail, thy worth I knew, 
The same Connecticut that nutur'd you 
Nutur'd my Sire, there I my first breath drt'w. 
Her " steady habits" I well knew, have trieil them. 
Her glory is her motto—Semper Idem : 
While this her creed political remains 
No despot's power can bind her sons in chains. 
Should she her steady liabits revolutionize, 
Freedom quits Earth, ascends her native skies. 
For in that little State which gave me birth 
Freedom's last sprout will grow on Earth. 
"Wisdom is strength" that prop supports her cause, 
Religion Habits. Morals and her Laws. 
Dear snow white Tail,— relic political- 
Forever I must mourn thy needless fall. 
What though thy threescore thou had numbered round 
Still thou wast thrifty, full, alive and sound ; 
Still thou didst blossom as in Winter's May. 
Not like the moss scorch'd locks of .Johnny Rhea f— 
Whiskey in Tt.-nnessee scorched his locks dry, 
Connecticut bleached thine in pumpkin pie. 



♦Member of Congress of Albany. X. Y. 

+ LiUe Member of Congress fruiii Tennessee, whose snow wliite hair was as erisp as 
that of a negro. 



448 CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

Fifteen or twenty years thou might'st lived more, 
A tail of head, as 'twas in days of yore. 
But tlio' thou'rt dead I still liaA^e consolation, 
Thou now art free from snarls and State vexation ; 
Tho' thou had'st not full nuvjibered out thy years, 
Thou hast escaped the clip of Demo's shears. 
No Corsic barber by new •• Rape of Lock" 
Has given this serious mournful shock. 
But the wise Champion, fearing what might come. 
Reluctant hid thee in the silent tomb. 
That tomb's the casket* of his dearer self, 
There thou wilt rest more dear than j)earls or pelf : 
Some future Jenner, friend to all mankind, 
May yet thy hairs in virtue's casket find. 
And with each hair may sure innoculate 
Some son of Freedom, guardian of the State. 
"Why mayn't white hairs receive the destiny 
To drive from earth the fiend Democracy. 
Easy as low-pox when deci-eed by heaven 
The dreadful small-pox from the earth was driven. 
Farewell dear Tail, thy destination — 
- ■ To multiply the Patriots of the Nation, 

Since thy each hair new queued by nature's laws 

May rise a Chamjnon bold in freedom's cause. 

Cheerful I bid thee this my last adieu, 

Till Fate shall raise each hair to act anew. 

In that same spirit which first gave it birth 

For good of Country and for weal of Earth. 

Sleep in thy casket "till tliat day shall come. 

No more I'll mourn thy hard untimely doom, 

Thou wast of Champion. Cha^npion thou wilt be, 

Each hair the friend of Man and Liberty— 

Thus wailed the friend of Champion's snow-white Queue, 

And that same friend, O Moseley,f quakes for you ; 

For Champion's tail which always pointed steady 

Now points to thee, saying '• Rat-tail be thou ready," 

And thou too Law.| whose head in days of yore 

The club nice balanced in full powder bore : 

Thy modern queue must shiver in the wind. 

For not a Rat-tail shall be left behind. 

Even Brigham"sj:$ stately tail so nicely plaited. 

Studded, braced with hundred strands cross plated ; 

And Tichnor's 11 white bleached in Vermont snow — 



♦The queue was cut off in New York and enclosed to Mrs. Champion at East Had- 
dam. 
tCol. Jon.ittian O. Most'l(\v. Member of ( 'onsress, of East Fladdam. 
$Hon. I,\iiian Law. Memljer of Ci>ni,Tess, of Counccticut. 
8 Vfon. Elijah liritrhani, Member of ('()n<rre-is, of >[a33achusetts. 
I Hon. Isaac Tichcnor, ;?enattir from Yei raout. 



w^- 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 449 

Yes every tail or large or small must go. 

Time's shears have issued tlieir dread high beliest : 

All tails must fall no matter how they're drest. 

Against these harsh decrees of time's obdurity 

Baldness alone is good security, . 

Except where bristling hair grows tight and close 

On Pepp'ridge head as't does on brother Vose.* 

MES. CHAMPION'S EEPLY. 

I've an elegy read 

On the hairs of your head, 

Composed by i\\e poet J. Lovett, 

And in truth I ne'er knew 

In my life any cfueue 

That the fate of your queue might not covet. 

It fell vig'rous and strong, 

But it still lives in song, 

That poet would have ever lamented. 

Had it fell from your head 

'Till each member liad fled. 

And your pate had Old Time reju-esented. 

Now immortal it's made 

By the poetic aid 

Of its Friend who so mourned its sad fate, 

And it safe lies interred 

In the rhymes of the bard, 

In a peaceful and honored state. 

That the hairs may not stray 

And get scattered away, 

The ribbon remains still untied, 

That no snarls of state, 

Nor the sJiears of ill fate. 

May the one from the other divide. 

The tail stili points true. 

And speaks Federals to you. 

To keep straight and close bound together ; 

Then you never need fear. 

But the right course you'll steer. 

And the shoals of Democracy weather. 

Should •• some Jenner" succeed, 

And produce a new breed 

Of good Federals by inuoculation, 

^ly treasure I'll s()are 

And give every hair 

Of the queue for the good of tlie Nation. 



♦Hon. Roi?er Vo&e. >[einber of Contjruss, of New Hanipsliire. 
29 



450 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 

Why does Lovett so wail 

For the loss of your "tail"? 

Does he think of poor Sampson's sad story, 

Who was shorn of his hair 

Bv Delilah so fair. 

And lost hoth his strength and his glory. 

But I've not tlie least fears 

That a clip of the shears 

Can Connecticut Champions despoil ; 

I know that their strength 

Lies not in the lengtli 

Of the growth, but the strength of the soil. 

Since all (pieues must fall. 

Both the large and the small. 

Whatever their length or their colour : 

Let whiskers take care. 

And of razors beware. . ,, ,- 

They doubtless are doomed soon to follow. 

When our rulers shall be 

From the snarls all ^et free, 

Which so long have enveloped the Nation ; 

We may anticipate 

Much good to the State. 
^tl^er-Fed-rals- or "Demos'- shall reign. 



a/^I-^ 



J-> \ 



INDEXES. 



INDEX I. 



DESCENDANTS OF Hl'NRY CHAMPION THE SETTLER 
BEARING THE SURNA^IE OF CHAMPION.* 



A. 



149. 



269. 



169 



IXDITIDCAL. 

Aaron' 
Aaron* 
Aaron Burt' 
Aaron Clillord* 
Aaron Henry' 
Abbie Ellen^ 
Abby« (Ward I 
Abby' (Hall) 
Abby Buckincrhan-i' 
Abigail' (Darwin* 
AbigaiP (Shipnian) 

Abigail'' (Doming) 

Abigail- (Avery) 

Abigail Jerusha' (Bliss) 

Abraham" 

Abraham Edward" 

Abram Byron- 

Abraui Duncan' 

Abram Jewett' 

Ada Gertrude- 

Addie Annette* (Balcom) 

Addie May' 

Addison Gardner" 

Adelia Ellen* 

Adelia Jewett' (Clarke) 
Adeline- 
Agnes' 

Agnes Ophelia' 
Albert" 
Albert Ben* 



{John'-') 

{John N.''') 

{Simon B.'-"*) 

{Moses--'*) 

(Ezra A.'-'«) 

(Ezra^'^") 

{Charles'*^) 

{Re>ib*^n'-'^') 

(Henry*) 

{Ste2:ihen'^) 

{Henry''') 

{Ezra'^^) 

{Flenry-'^) 

(Dan'--') 

{Rnel-^'^) 

[Joel'*'} 

(DavifP*^) 

(Jo/in3/.'-'«) 

(JoeZH."'-*) 

(Ferdinand'^') 

(William H:-^') 

(John''') 

(Elias'''^) 

[Abram J.''''^) 

{Silas-^n 

(RobcrV'^-') 

(James .-!.'") 

(Frederick*') 

(Albert C.*--'-') 



Bii'.TH. 
1792 
1794 
1842 
18G6 
1829 
1856 
1790 
1820 
1823 
1699 
17— 
1787 
1808 
1818 
1805 
1847 
1838 
1836 
1819 
1874 
18o0 
1880 
1&43 
1866 
1843 
1820 
lSo8 
1834 
1S42 
1873 



PAQE. 

211 

145 

226 

178 

223 

173 

123 

144 

136 
30 

233 

392 
105 
310 
121 
249 
141 
140 
157 
112 
264 
191 
14S 
222 
157 
247 
171 
151 
59 
379 



^Th:«.u.-e at t.o ri.ht hand upper corner of ^he nau..ome in.UvU,ual in^^^ 
th. genenuio. to which he or she beh-n.s, wh.U- he n,n c a .t v , 
ov...r the parent- 3 tuimo indic-ates his ohis.ihed number. L.s ^ l''; ^//^ ,,^ ^ J,^^ 
anee.ti-y of any member of the faunly can bo readily ti-aeci t. om th,. m<U .v 



45-i 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



so. IXDIVIDtJAL. 


PAKENT. 


BIRTH. 


PAGE . 


439. Albert Cofliu' 


■ (Ichahod'^'') 


1841 


379 


Albert Nelson^ 


(John iV.31^) 


1884 


203 


Albertis^ 


(Jerome B.^"") 


1873 


111 


Alexander Gillett* 


(Henry S :-''') 


1843 


252 


Alice^ 


(Henry') 


1694 


30 


Alice^ 


(Roberf'^) 


1861 


171 


Alice' 


(Henry M.^"} 


1870 


78 


Alice Margaret^ 


(3Iarcus^'^*) 


1864 


154 


Alice Maria* 


(JsracZ'«') 


1843 


153 


Alniou" 


(Chauncey^^^) 


1833 


132 


S'?. Alonzo Henry* 


(Hezekiah W.'') 


1844 


78 


Althea' (Sweet) 


(Evi'-) 


1833 


63 


238. Aniassa Junius' 


(Simon B.-''") 


1858 


191 


Anion'' 


(Reuhen^-^^) 


1790 


120 


Amon^ 


(Chauneey^^^) 


1848 


132 


Amos Loomis' 


(Sahnon'^^) 


1820 


248 


Amy Louise' (Harrington) 


(JocM) 


1824 


96 


434. Andrew^ 


(Israel-') 


1766 


366 


Andrew Johnson' 


(Robert''-'") 


1866 


171 


Angeline" (Skinner) 


(John-''-') 


1805 


254 


Angeline' 


(Reuben^''-) 


1829 


136 


Ann^ 


(John'---) 


1804 


126 


Ann Jewett- 


(Francis J.-'^} 


1865 


228 


Ann 3Iaria" 


(6'j7f(.s-«^) 


1814 


247 


Ann Mehetable" (Lay) 


(Calvin BS'} 


1860 


80 


Anna= (^letcalf) 


(John'') 


1755 


242 


Anna' (Smith) 


(Israel-^) 


1763 


365 


Anna'^ iLandon) 


(Judah--) 


1763 


389 


Anna'^ (Clark) 


(Salmon-^') 


1784 


243 


Anna* (Ham) 


(JoeP') ■ 


1787 


88 


Anna'' (Chadwick) 


(Lynde-^^) 


1807 


53 


Anna** 


(John C.-«) 


1871 


200 


Anna^ 


(Hoi- ace F.^') 


1880 


79 


, . Anna Eliza' (Gihlersleeve) 


(£i-F) 


1836 


63 


Anna Louisa'^ (Park) 


(Jot'Z"'-') 


1845 


112 


Anna Maria' (Ivesi 


(Daniel ■°) 


1818 


61 


Anna Mercy' (^liner) 


(John H.''") 


1858 


68 


Annah* (Havens) 


(Horace'^*) 


1848 


170 


Anne"* (Beckwith) 


(Reuben'-^) 


1785 


119 


Annie Grace^ 


(J. HiramP) 


1855 


102 


Annie Mary' 


(Edmund''^') 


1858 


153 


Annie Savanna ' 


(Wihnot C.^-') 


■ 18 ?8 


267 


Ansel Anderson" 


(Calvm BS-) 


1868 


71 


Anson GifTord' 


(Evi---) 


1828 


51 


Arista ri'hus* 


(Henry-'-) 


1784 


282 


Aristobulus* 


(Henry- ■) 


1784 


282 


Ai-mhula* 


(Da rid''') 


1855 


165 


Arthur' 


(Reuben'-) 


18a4 


137 



CHAMFION GENEALOGY. 



455 



yQ isniVIDUAL. 

Arthur^ 
Arthur* 
Arthur^ 
Arthur Henry* 
Arthur I.enuiel' 
Arthur Neoly'' 
175. Asahel Sangor" 
Augustus Albro- 
Augustus Henrys 
109. AustiuL. 

Avery Briggs' 
291. Azariah Huntington'^ 
Azubah^ (Sikes) 



Belinda' (Miner) 
Bell Davis* 
Belle* 
107. Benjamin" 

Benjamin Franklin' 
Benjamin JoeP 
Bertha Estella^ 
Bessie' 

Bessie' 

Betsey'^ 

Betsey' ^Kiethline) 

Betty"' 

Blanche-' 

Blanche Savanna* 

Bradford- 
115. Bradford Robinson* 

Bridget' 

Bridget' (Aekley) 

Burnis Fayette' 

Burt^ 



PA REST, 

{Ferdinand-^'^) 
(AhramJ.''') ' 
(FIcnry C.^"^) 
[Robert M.^') 

[Evi d:^) 

{Joel H."-') 
(Dcui'-'") 
{John H."') 

{James^') 
{Joel'^) 
(Hennj VJ^) 
{Reuben^') 



B. 



(Chauncey'^''^) 
(Robert M.'-) 
(BenjamvV'^'} 
[Ezra^^) 
{Reubcn-'=^) 
(Jerome B.'"^) 
(Wihnot C.'-") 
(Jerome B.''^'-') 
■(WiUiaiaJ:'''') 

(Henry F."^) 

(Henry'-''') 

(Thomas^'') 

i William i/.-'^") 

(John F. '*'•■') 

{Benjamin:^"'') 

(JoeV-) 

(Thomas^) 

{Thomas'^) 

(EzrcO'^) 

{Am-on B:-^) 



C. 



Calvin Burnham' 

Calvin Winslow' 

Carleton Cole' 

Caroline'' iBeckwith) 

Caroline'' 

Caroline' 

Caroline Clark^ 

Caroline Elizabeth" (Shelheld) 

Caroline Joanna^ 

Caroline Marvin" ,Cloughi 

Caroline Matilda' (Thaclier, 



(Frederick^^) 
[Calvin B/'') 
{Francis J:-'") 
[Reuben^-*) 
(Scabury'"") 
(JohnM.'^') 
iJohn''-') 
{Ezra ^r^'] 
(O/'reu '■''•) 
[John M. '■'■') 
[William-^") 



BIKTH. 


P.'.OE. 


1855 


255 


1B81 


157 


1889 


2G3 


1870 


67 


1883 


76 


1880 


112 


1814 


160 


1848 


68 


1855 


103 


1841 . 


108 


1819 


95 


1799 


249 


1768 


206 


1829 


133 


1801 


67 


1857 


108 


1820 


107 


18-23 


210 


1863 


111 


1872 


267 


1878 


111 


1887 


185 


1794 


245 


1812 


260 


1745 


237 


1890 


191 


1879 


260 


1863 


108 


1832 


110 


1703 


33 


1728 


37 


1837 


, 143 


1881 


227 



1824 


70 


1851 


71 


1863 


328 


1801 


137 


1820 


128 


1831 


138 


1847 


169 


1846 


74 


1861 


151 


1827 


158 


1809 


197 



456 



CHAMPION GEXEALOPtY. 



NO. 


ixDivinrAL 


P.\KEJ.-T. 


BIRTH. 


PAGK. 




Carrie .AnnnHn^ 


(.Jo/in.V. 316, 


18S8 


263 




Carrie Florilhr (Turck) 


(J. Iliram''^) 


1860 


109 




Celia* 


(Henri/ 0.^'^^) 


1883 


262 




Celia Marie' (Palmer) 


{Ei(el-"ii} 


1850 


26-2 


309. 


Chandler" 


{Henry-^") 


1810 


259 




Charles" 


iLijude'*) 


1789 


45 


148. 


Charles'" 


(Ezra'-^) 


1790 


144 




Charles' 


{Ezra M.-^-) 


It^ 


59 




Charles* 


{Jerome JB.'"') 


1880 


m 




Charles' 


{William J.-'') 


1885 


185 


2-24. 


Charles David' 


(DaivV?'"') 


1852 


187 




Cliarles Edmands'' 


{Elias-"') 


1881 


222 




'Charles Fassett"* 


{Chandler'''^"} 


1S34 


266 




Charles Frederick'' 


{William-*'') 


1813 


196 




Cliaries Hamilton" 


{George WJ'"'} 


1851 


160 




Charles Henry' 


(CV/arZcs-'-*") 


1836 


144 




Charles Palmer' 


{Evi J.^-) 


1868 


64 


244. 


Charles Perry' 


{William S.'^') 


1837 


200 




Charles Perry^ 


{John C.-^l 


1874 


200 




Charles Rockwell' 


[John''') 


1835 


246 




Charles Rollin'' 


{Clement W.^-'} 


1881 


267 


32'}. 


Charles Tisdale* 


{Henry jE".'^"') 


1851 


265 




Charles Upham'* 


{John R.'--') 


1864 


378 




Charlotte'' (Denison) 


(Ste2)]ien^-') 


178-2 


127 




Ciiarlotte Elizaheth" (Manly) 


(£»aru?i") 


1858 


187 


184. 


Chauncey'^ 


{Stephen'--') 


1802 


131 




Christine- (^Downer) 


{C'alcin B.'') 


1853 


80 




Claras 


{Salmon^''') 


1851 


256 




Clara Ann* (Henderson) 


{Dan'''') 


1856 


lf<6 




Clara West^ 


{Clarenee Mr-') 


1884 


188 


227 


Clarence Miller"' 


{Jamcs^^) 


1859 


188 




Claris.sa^ 


{EpuphrodituH'*) 


1785 


2S7 




Clarissa'* (Smith) 


{JoeP-) 


1799 


88 




Clarissa' 


{John^'-) 


1810 


126 




Clarissa' 


{Selden-''^) 


1814 


245 




Clarissa" (Bowen) 


{Ezra'*^) 


1822 


14-2 




Clarissa" 


{Aaron''*') 


1S35 


146 




Clarissa' (Kniskern) 


{Josliua A'.''-) 


1840 


180 




Chirissa'' (Nook) 


(Jo/u( '■'■-') 


1845 


169 




Claris.sa Rock well" 


{John-'') 


ISOS 


246 




Clayton^ 


{Jerome B.'^-) 


1877 


111 


3-29 


. Clemeiit ^Vell>l.y* 


{Chandler'"-') 


1852 


267 




Clitford Phelps' 


{Theron ./."') 


1882 


1 1 




Clinton' 


{Salmon-") 


1858 


256 




Cora Belle' 


{Minor'-) 


1867 


113 




Cora Belle" 


(Horaee F.'*) 


1874 


79 




Cora May^ 


{Dan'"') 


1868 


162 




Cordelia'' 


{Jerome B."") 


1873 


111 



CHAMPION GEXEALOay. 



457 



NO. 


IXDITIDFAL. 


PARENT. 


BIBIH. 


PAGE. 




Correlin* (Conine^ 


(Josiah P.'') 


1838 


75 




Cornelius' 


{Chnnncey''^) 


1840 


132 




Cornwall' 


{Ezra'-) 


1819 


97 




Curtis Roby^ 


(jVnrcz/s^'^') 


1860 


154 




Curtis Stunho]>e^ 


(Jowes'*^) 


1868 


166 




Cynthia Janette'^ 


(AlonzoH.-") 


1873 


78 




Cynthia Maria'' 


(William''") 
D. 


1806 


196 


125. 


Dan^ 


{Ezra'^) 


1761 


120 


140. 


Dan'5 


{Dan'-') 


1793 


138 


176. 


Dan- 


{Dan'"') 


1815 


161 




Dan' 


{Manli/'^') 


1825 


144 




Dau^ 


{Asahel S.i'*) 


1844 


161 




Dan Xelson' 


{John M.^'^'-') 


1825 


138 


30. 


Daniel 


(LijndpJ^) 


1786 


50 




DanieP 


{Eosu-dl-=) 


1798 


47 




Daniel' 


{Daniel M.'*'- '•) 


18— 


140 




Daniel ^loss' 


{DavirV^') 


1816 


140 




Daniel Seth' 


{Sylvester"^') 


1822 


56 




Daniel StieP 


{Aaron FI.-"'^) 


1855 


223 


141. 


David* (Dea.) 


{Dau''^) 


1793 


139 


isl. 


David' 


{DavicW) 


1825 


164 




David' 


{Aaron^*'-') 


1843 


146 




David Jacob' 


(F'ranliin M:--') 


lb87 


188 




Deborah'' (Johnson) 


(TliO)nas'') 


1697 


32 




Deborah^ 


{Stephen^} 


1732 


36 




Deborah^ (Gilbert) 


(Ilenri/"^) 


1753 


283 




Delano Adelbert' 


(John D.«') 


1852 


68 




Delia Ann' (Taylor) 


{James A.'^'-''") 


1840 


182 




Delia Aun^ 


[Jatnes .4.-'^) 


1887 


184 




Dewit^ 


i John ■''■*} 


1875 


262 




Dolly' (Matthesvsi 


{Elislia'^') 


1822 


167 




Dorothy'' (Deujing) 


(Henry-') . 
E. 


1759 


287 


/^;'i 


'7Sc>.i\.'jJi.^ 


^J- ni- ' 


¥0 




Ebenezer^ 


{Henry'") 


1718 


40 




Edgar Rensselaer'* 


{George WJ-') 


1860 


160 




Edgar Ruthveu' 


(Wallace Rr') 


1872 


80 




Edith Allen ' 


{Theodore //."'•) 


1868 


265 




Edith ^lanwariug' 


{Calcin B/') 


1872 


71 




Edith Maria' 


{Evi J.=-) 


1872 


64 


K,-2 


Edmund' 


{Reuben'''') 


1819 


153 




Edmund Marvin" 


{Frederick J/.'") 


1847 


70 




Emund Miles' 


{Charles F.-* ■*) 


1875 


266 




Edaa Emogene'' 


(Miles .42-) 


1879 


267 




Edward" 


(Lymle'') 


1797 


46 




Edward' 


(Lynde-*- "'•) 


1817 


46 



458 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



INPIVIDUAL. 



253, 

206, 
230 

23 

142 



56 



Edward' 
Edward- 
Edward' 
Edward- 
Edward P.urt" 
Edward (iriftiii^ 
Edward Jose[)h^ 
Edward Josiah^ 
Edward Josiali" 
Edward "Wiliel' 
Edwin" 
Edwin^ 

Edwin Wallace' 
Elbert^ 
Eldridge" 
Eldridge' 

Eleanora- (Warrick) 
Elias- 
EHas- 
Elias- 
Elijah' 
, Elisha^ (Capt.) 

Elisha- 

. Elisha" 

Elislia' 

Elisha' 

Elislia Sylvester" 
Elisheba"' (Darrin) 
Elisheba' (Hubbard) 
Eliza' (Brooks) 
Eliza'' (Goodrich) 
Eliza' (Ashley) 
Eliza" (Ingersoll) 
Eliza' (Crookhite) 
Eliza Ann" (Bfals) 
Eliza Ann' (Larcombe'i 
Eliza Catherine'^ 
Eliza Discombe^ 
ElizalK'th" (Crocker) 
Eliza beth^ (Pelton) 
Elizabeth^ (Brainard) 
Elizabeth^ 
Elizab.-th^ 
Elizabftli' (Storrs) 
Elizabeth' (Rogers) 
Elizabeth'^ (Finch) 
Elizabeth'" (Tinker) 
Elizabeth-* 



PARENT, 

{Mose.s^-'-} 
(Salmon -P. •=<'*) 
[John .V.-'-) 
{CaJi-in i?/")' 
(George W.'^'-') 
(Josiah P.'') 
(Evi /)."-) 
(BracJford R.''') 
{Jatnc^t .4.'") 
(t7o.s(7j//?(>s''*') 
(Ezra A.''') 
(Orren'-') 
{Elijah'--'- ^ •'■''•) 
(Eldridge (above)) 
(Ezra*') 
(Eeulieu'-^'') 
(Elias-''-') 
(Horace'^*} 
(Dan'--') 
(Henry'^) 
(Elisha' ) 
(Dan'-'^) 
(ElisJia''-) 
(Charles''') 
(Sylvester'-") 
(Joshua^-) 

(Joel'-) 

(Henry F.---') 

(Hewuf^-) 

{Hervey-='^) 

(Joseph'') 

(Elisha'^-) 

(John .U.''«) 

(Franeis''"'') 

(John F.-'=) 

(Francis JJ'") 

(Thomas^) 

(Thomas') 

(Henry'") 

(Thomas'') 

(Judah--) 

(Henry-'') 

(Jasper''*) 

(Job") 

(Reuben'-') 

(Dan'-') 



BiKxn. 
1S24 
1830 
18o7 
1873 
18C3 
1872 
1850 
1836 
1872 

1S63 

1850 

1870 

1852 

1851 

IS- 
IS— 

1804 

1790 

isai 

1845 

1795 

1758 

1702 

1798 

1833 

1829 

1815 

1761 

1782 

1797 

1797 

1807 

1827 

1832 

1811 

1829 

1882 

18()9 

1699 

1710 

1734 

1739 

1759 

1762 

1763 

1779 

1781 

1786 



PAGE. 

144 
52 
165 
250 
226 
71 
160 
60 
76 
111 
150 
148 
173 
151 
121 
121 
103 
210 
221 
189 
121 
44 
45 
140 
140 
144 
65 
88 
97 
245 
294 
218 
64 
167 
155 
227 
266 
228 
32 
37 
40 
237 
389 
289 
195 
87 
132 
120 



r 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



459 



so. ISDIVIDFAL. 


PARENT. 


BIRTH. 


PAGE. 


Elizabeth'' (Jaynes) 


(John'''') 


17% 


146 


Elizabeth' (GiMersleeve) 


(EvP') 


1«80 


62 


Elizabeth- 


{James A.^^^) 


1842 


150 


Elizabeth' (Rounds) 


{Elisha^'-) 


1849 


141 


Elizabeth* 


{Aaron i7.-^'') 


18.-38 


223 


Elizabeth^ (Benford) 


{Israel'-') 


1870 


72 


Elizabeth' 


{JohnC'*') 


187G 


200 


Elizabeth Brewster (Lathrop) 


{Reuben-'"'^) 


1818 


219 


Elizabeth Lucretia- 


(Jo/i?i''-) 


1850 


169 


EUeir 


{EdinuncV"-) 


1856 


153 


Ellen Amelia' 


{Ezra M.^-) 


1852 


59 


Ellen Augusta' (Dorr) 


{Ezra M.^-) . 


1853 


59 


Elmer Ellsworth' 


{Ezra^'"-') 


ISGl 


149 


Elmer EUsu-orth' 


(//orace"^) 


1863 


171 


Elmerton Mount- 


{Charles F^'^) 


1868 


266 


Elmina Brown" (Church) 


{Shnon B.'-'") 


1860 


191 


Elmore" 


{Orren'='-) 


1851 


151 


Elsie Jennette- 


{Ezra A.'^=) 


1867 


173 


Elvina' 


{Aaron^*'') 


1824 


146 


Emeline' (Fellows) 


{Joel") 


1816 


95 


Emeline Aekley^ 


{Elislta S.f ) 


1858 


66' 


Emily' (DeGrotD 


{Daniel-^") 


1807 


59 


Emily' (Peck) 


{Charles^-"^) 


1834 


144 


Emily' (Mabee) 


{EUslia'"') 


1835 


141 


Emilys (Lake) 


{Josiah P.'}) 


1840 


76 


Euiilv Jane- (Holcomb) 


{Joel"") 


1853 


112 


Emily ^Maria" (Barton) 


{Sabnon-^^) 


1838 


253 


Emily Sabine" 


{Salmon F.^o*) 


1869 


259 


Emily Silence' (Kirkpatrick) 


(J/o.srs-'-^-') 


1826 


222 


Emma" (F^eals) 


{John M.^') 


1832 


69 


Emma Elizaljeth" (Slate) 


{Chauncei/-^) 


1847 


152 


Emma Hattie'^ 


{Joel //."•■') 


1871 


112 


Emujons' 


{Joel'') 


1821 


95 


Epaphroditus'^ 
334. Epaphroditus* (Gen.) 


{Henvi/'") 
{Henry'") 


1749 
1756 


280 
284 


Epaphroditus" 


{Epaphroditus--''^) 


17S6 


287 


Ernest Ilenry^ 


{John F-''') 


1>^77 


266 


Esther^ (Ayev) 


{Henry") 


1717 


34 


Esther' (Cleaveland) 


{Henry'") 


1766 


290 


Esther- 


{Reuben^'*) 


17r4 


120 


Esther' (Sims) 


{John M.'-') 


1S23 


l.>7 


Esther Ann' 


(3/ose,s''-'-''-) 


18— 


126 


Esther Cross'* 


{William'''') 


1815 


196 


Esther Laura* 


{James E:''-') 


1875 


222 


Ethel" 


(JohnB."') 


1881 


182 


Eugenia Augusta" (Beebe) 


{Ezra'''") 


1838 


113 


Eunice- (Jones) 


{Jasper^') 


1772 


195 


Eva Alice- (Frost) 


{Ferdinand"''') 


1852 


264 



460 



CHAMPiox gp:xealogy 



NO. INDIVIDUAL. 

Eva Duncan' 
Evelyn^ 
32. Evi"^ 
78. Evi Daniel 
52. EviJ.- 
13. Ezra^ 
126. Ezra' 
Ezra* 
96. Ezra'^ 
145. Ezra"^ 
144. Ezra" 
154. Ezra" 
106. Ezra' 
Ezra" 
Ezra* 
E^zra' 
198. Ezra Abbot' 

I'zra Bolivar" 
42. Ezra ^liller" 
Ezra ^liller" 
Ezra Minor' 
Ezra Willis' 



Fanny* 

Fanny** (Roscers) 
Fanny' (Miller) 
Fanny' (Jones) 
Fanny^ 
Fanny' 
Fanny Hull^ 
301. Ferdinand' 
Flavia" 
Flavia" 
Florence^ 
Florence Augusta' 
Florence Flavia' 
Florence Josephine^ 
Florence Mabel' 
Florence Taylor' 
Florence Wlieatley'^ 
Floyd' 
Floyd Evi^ 
Francena'* 

Francena Lanah' (Stanley) 
Frances" (Moshier) 
Frances" 
Frances Elizal)eth* 



PARENT. 

(James^'') 
(Salmon •"'■) 
(Lynde-') 
(Josinh Pr^) 

(Joshua') 

(Ezra'') 

(Ste2)hen'") 

(Joel") 

(Ez)-a^-'') 

(Dan^-') 

(John^-'') 

(Ezra'"') 

(James ^.' '■") 

(Daniel M.'^'- 

(Horace F."*) 

(John''") 

(Ezra'''*) 

(Henri/-') 

(Ezra M.'-) 

(Minor-) 

(EoberP^') 



(Sfe2Jhen'-') 
(Stejjhen'-') 
(Seabury' ") 
(DarkV-^') 
(Daniel M.\''-' 
(RicharcV--) 
(James'^') 
(Silas'^') 
(Reuhc7i-''^) 
(Reuben-"') 
(La Claire S.-' 
(Wallace Rr') 
{James £".-'"') 
(George H.--) 
(Henry .4."") 
(^4rt?-on Br'-) 
(Charles T. ■-■) 
(John i?.-") 
(Evi D.'ri 
(William J.-'") 
(Abram J."») 
(Ezra'-^''\ 
(Benjamin'"') 
(John H/") 



BIRTH. 


PAGE. 


1867 


166 


1854 


256 


1800 


51 


1842 


76 


1842 


64 


1730 


117 


1763 


121 


17— 


233 


1779 


96 


1792 


142 


1802 


141 


1812 


149 


1816 


107 


1846 


150 


18— 


140 


1879 


70 


1825 


172 


1866 


149 


1816 


59 


18- 


59 


1869 


113 


18.54 


171 


1789 


119 


1791 


128 


1817 


151 


1823 


164 


IS- 


140 


IS— 


132 


1873 


166 


1809 


254 


1788 


205 


1804 


205 


1883 


185 


1875 


80 


1880 


222 


1882 


190 


1876 


1 i 


1871 


227 


1877 


266 


1883 


182 


1873 


76 


1873 


185 


1841 


157 


1829 


171 


1855 


108 


1851 


68 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



4GI 



^O. IXDlVlDfAL. 

Frances Elleu' (Norris 
•259. Francis'^ 

Francis Furnokl' 
27(). Francis .Jewett' 
Francis Je%vett^ 
208. Frank' 

Frank Mortimer' 
Franklin' 
20(5. Franklin Moses* 
Fred Beasom^ 
Fred Chandler' 
Fred Flngene' 
41. Frederick' 
Frederick' 
Frederick' 
F'^rederick Latlu'Op^ 
6i>. Frederick ^Mather" 
Frederick Mather* 
Frederick Mather" 
Fritz Rov* 



3o7. George' (Rev.) 
George* 
George'^ 

George Andrew* 
George Arthur'' 
George Elmore^ 
George Ezra* 
George Henry* 
George Walrath' 
George Washington" 
Georgeanna* 
Georgia* 
Gertrude* 
Gertrude Louise' 
Gertrude Louise'' 
Gilbert Au.gustus' 
Gilbert Erastus" 
Gladys* 
Glenn' 



232. 
173. 



Halletf 

Hannah' (Beckwith) 
Hannah^ (Clark) 
Hannah-* (Bishop) 
Hannah^ 



{Ezra''') 

(Reuben-'' } 

(Reinick W.'"^') 

(Francis'-'''^) 

{Francis J.'-'") 

{Manhi'''') 

{WilUani //.-") 

{Horace F.^') 

(Moscs^-) 

{Henry B.-'^-') 
{John F."-n 
(Charles T.—) 
(Henr!/-') 
(IchahocV'") 
(Ezra M/-) 
(Calvin B.'') 
(Frederick^') 
(Israel'^) 
{Henry M.^'^) 
(Austin L.'"n 



G. 



(Henry^"'^) 
(George-'') 
(William J.-'") 
(Horace''^') 
(George H.'---) 
(John Fr-') 
(Ezra A.''*) 
(Horace'^') 
(Franklin 3/.--'=) 
(Dan''") 
(Jo//»"-) 
(Aaron H.-''^) 
(Robert'''') 
(George H.'-"-) 
(Wallace Rr') 
(Frederick") 
(Dan'"^) 
(Sinion B.-'') 
(Jerome B.'"^) 



H. 



(Andrew'-*) 

(Thomas'') 

(Joshua') 

(Thomas'') 

{Thomas'"') 



BIRTH. 


PAOE. 


18o0 


169 


1801 


216 


1871 


155 


1882 


228 


1871 


228 


1831 


174 


1886 


191 


1876 


79 


1862 


188 


18."')8 


377 


1875 


266 


1874 


266 


1795 


58 


1846 


374 


18- 


59 


1854 


71 


1823 


70 


1867 


72 


1868 


78 


1878 


108 


1810 


307 


1835 


309 


1886 


185 


1851 


171 


1884 


190 


1878 


266 


1861 


173 


1857 


190 


1880 


188 


1812 


159 


1853 


169 


1869 


223 


1874 


171 


1879 


190 


1^80 


80 


1885 


72 


1823 


189 


1885 


183 


1861 


111 


1803 


367 


1688 


32 


1715 


ai ' 


1715 


37 


1747 


237 



402 



CHAMPION GP:XEALOGy. 



0. , JN-DlVIUfAL. 


PAREXT. 


BIP.TII. 


PAGE. 


Hnrm?.h5 (Fanclier) 


[Ezra'') 


1753 


118 


Hannah' 


{John'-) 


1763 


241 


Hannah- (Matlier) 


{Stephen'-') 


1779 


127 


Hannah'' (Steves) 


{JoeP') 


1791 


99 


Hannah' (Showers) 


{DanieV) 


1821 


62 


Hannah- (Nisbeth) 


{Josephus'^'") 


1856 


148 


HavoM Pvin'-e' 


{Letter F.---) 


1S89 


265 


HaiTiet* (Trumbull) 


{Henry-) 


1789 


298 


Han-iet" (Dorr) 


{Ljpide-'') 


1795 


50 


Harriet-' (Havens) 


(Ezra'-') 


1802 


122 


Harriet' (Rich) 


{VariieT") 


1815 


60 


Harriet' (Taft) 


{John'n 


1828 


173 


Hari-iet' (PvOth) 


{Charles'*') 


1843 


144 


Haniet Amelia' 


{JsrarV'') 


1845 


153 


Harriet Eliza'' 


(Elhha-'') 


1804 


45 


Harriet Eliza' (Palmer) 


(Henri/""-') 


1834 


260 


Harriet Elizabeth' (Penh.y, 


(Jcunes AJ^^') 


1853 


183 


Harriet Alaria' (Goodenoujrhi 


(JW/fAaJi--'') 


1820 


253 


Harriet Xewell' (Corastock) 


(Henrif'-') 


1817 


248 


Harriet Ousely' (Gilbert) 


(Reuben J/---) 


1827 


375 


Harrison Ezra' 


(Simon Br"-) 


1889 


183 


Harry Bingham'^ 


(Clarence M.-') 


1882 


188 


Harry Gillett' 


(XatJtan A.''') 


1S79 


263 


Harry Moses- 


(Franliin 3/.--') 


1S?5 


188 


Harvey^ 


(Horace Fr*) 


1889 


79 


Hat tie Alice' (Taft) 


(Ezra A.''') 


1854 


190 


Hat tie Lucinda' 


(John V.''") 


1860 


103 


Helen^ 


{Aaron H.-''^) 


18o6 


223 


Helen [Nlehetabel 


{John H.'") 


18G6 


68 


Heman' 


{JoeP') 


1826 


90 


Henrietta Caroline- (Hale) 


(Dan''") 


1851 


186 


1. Henry. The Settler 




1611 


15 


4. Henry- 


(Henry') 


1654 


"28 


6. Henry= (Capt.) 
10. Henry' (Lieut.) 


(Henry-) 
(Thomas'') 


1685 
1695 


33 

38 


20. Heury^ :Col.) 


(Henry"^) 


1723 


277 


11. Henrj-^ (Capt.) 


{Henry") 


17-29 


43 


Henry^ 


{Henry-") 


1747 


2^0 


33-2. Henry' (Gen.) 


{Henry") 


1751 


280 


Heury^ 


{Henry") 


1752 


44 


26. Henry'^ 


(Henry") 


1769 


47 


290. Henry* 


{Henry V.-'-') 


1782 


248 


339. Hf-nry-' (:.Iajor) 


{Henry-) 


1782 


292 


37. Henry- 


{RosirelP'^) 


1790 


56 


Hen ry* 


{L7jnde-*) 


1793 


46 


Henry'' 


{Henry'") 


1793 


47 


2o6. H.nry^ 


{Reubeyi-'"'') 


1795 


212 


31U. Henry' 


(Henry'") 


isil 


260 



CHAMPION GENl^ALOGY. 



^63 



i 



Henry'' 
Ileury' 
54. Henry" 
Henry" 
Henry' 
Henry^ 
Henry^ 
412. Henry* 
Henry- 
Henry* 
Plenry* 
Henry' 

Henry Alexander' 
Henry Beckwith' 
314b. Hen ry Chri-stupher 
Henry Crane' 
Henry Eugene- 
Henry Eugene' 
Henry Gillett~ 
Henry HascalP 
Henry Lorenzo' 
Henry Mather- 
Henry Robert: 
Henry Seklen' 
Henry Vibber ■ 
Hepzil)ah" (Anderson) 
Hepzibali'^ (Tiil'any) 
Hepzibalf 

Hepzibah Lovina" (Rowley) 
Hermon' 
HerA-ey"* 
Hervey' 
Hervey' 

Hezekiah Whittlesey" 
9S. H Irani' 
194. Horace' 

Horace Augustus' 
Horace Frederick* 
Horatio*' 



80. 
4B4. 



306. 



83. 

294. 
284. 



250. 



59. 



84. 



Ichabod^ 
430. Ichabod*^ 
Ida' 

Ida Jane' (Caulkins) 
Ida May' 

Imogene Abigail' (Harper) 
Inev Alice' 



PARENT. 

(Chauncey^^-^) 

{Henry-'') 

{Josejth'-) 

{Ezra 3i.^0 

{Ezra M.^'-) 

{Josiah P.^^) 

{George''''') 

{George'-'') 

{Robert'^') 

{Aaron H.-*'') 

{Henry C''^) 

{Henry^^') 

{Elisha S.'"^) 

{Reuben J.^-") 

{Ruel-'^^y^) 

{John-^') 

{Salmon'--) 

{Theodore H.-'--) 

{Henry S.-'') 

{John X.^'') 

{WiUiani-^") 

(Frederick 3/.'") 

{Henry'') 

{Nathan-"'') 

{John'-) 

(Elislia-^) 

(Lynde-^) 

{DanicP") 

{Eci-) 

{Robert^'') 

{Reuben-*'^) 

{Hervey-"') 

{Hervey''") 

{Henry^') 

{Job'') 

{Ezra''') 

{Reuben''') 

{Frederick M."" 

{Henry F.-^) 



{Israel-') 
{Andrew*'*) 
{Williani H.-' 
{Calvin BS') 
{Elias-"') 
{Calvin B."'') 
{Henry B.*'') 



BIF.TH. PAGE. 


1826 


132 


1829 


212 


1832 


65 


18:^6 


59 


18— 


59 


18;U 


60 


1837 


309 


1838 


355 


1856 


171 


1864 


223 


1885 


262 


1865 


356 


1838 


77 


1831 


376 


1853 


262 


1836 


346 


1825 


257 


1870 


265 


1845 


252 


1878 


263 


1811 


196 


1845 


78 


1853 


2G0 


1813 


251 


1761 


243 


178G 


48 


1803 


52 


1813 


50 


1840 


63 


1864 


171 


1782 


209 


1816 


209 


1819 


209 


1816 


67 


1817 


100 


1821 


170 


1816 


136 


1850 


79 


1806 


245 


1757 


365 


1801 


373 


•) 18- 


50 


1864 


71 


1871 


222 


1858 


71 


1857 


377 



464 CHAMPION GJ:XEALOCtY. 



so. INDIVIDrAL. 


PAjlEJfT. 


BIRTH. 


PAOH. 


Irent' 


{Judah-) 


1772 


389 


179. Isaac' 


(DavitV*') 


1819 


163 


Isaac Porter- (Rev.) 


{John R«') 


1836 


96 


Isabel' 


{l^cubcn J.^-'^) 


1839 


368 


Isabella Cliadbournc' (Godmon) (John A'.- ') 


1845 


227 


Isabella Samautha" (Truax) 


{John F.'"") 


1857 


110 


Isabella Sophia' 


{Henry-') 


1825 


212 


Isabelle Ely 


{James E:-"') 


1883 


222 


21. Israel 


{Henrif'^') 


1726 


365 


Israel^ 


{Reuben''-*) 


1792 


120 


161. Israel' 


{Reuben^'-') 


1817 


153 


69. Israel- 


{Frederick*^) 


1828 


73 


Israel^ 


{Calvin B^') 


1856 


71 


97. James' 


J. 

(Job'') 


1814 


100 


183. James" 


(Dovid''') 


1829 


165 


Janies Addison' 


{John F.-') 


1874 


266 


155. James Arminius'^ 


{John''-') 


1815 


149 


215. James Armiiiius' 


{James .4.'") 


1856 


184 


267. James Ely" 


{Elias-'^'') 


1836 


223 


Jaiues Howard" 


{Simon B.-'^) 


1883 


183 


210i.James iMorell' 


{Joshua K.'-'-) 


lf^l7 


181 


Jaraes Ross'^ 


{William -'") 


18U2 


196 


James Ross" 


{William .§.-'') 


1828 


197 


James Samuel'^ 


{Clarence M.--') 


1889 


188 


■ James Walter- 


{Elias-'") 


1873 


222 


Jane' 


{Thomas^') 


1748 


237 


Jane Caroline'' 


{Theron J.'^) 


1883 


77 


Jane Maria' (Smitli) 


{John MJ^) 


1830 


69 


Janie Maria" (Garmanyj 


{Fra ncis-''-) 


1835 


228 


14. Jasper* (Capt.) 


{Joshua') 


1737 


195 


Jay Phelps^ 


{Evi Z).'») 


1881 


76 


Jefferson^ 


{Josiah P.") 


1848 


60 


Jemima^ (Woohvorth) 


{Reuben''-) 


1762 


205 


Jennette- (Chapman) 


{John'^') 


1854 


169 


' Jennie May- (Lovell) 


{Terry B.^'') 


1864 


2^4 


116. Jerome Bonaparte" 


{JoeV"-) 


1836 


111 


Jerusha^ 


{Stephen^) 


1735 


36 


Jerusha^ (Graham) 


(.SVf^j/iejr) 


1746 


37 


Jerusha'* (Smith) 


{Henry V.-'*) 


1786 


244 


Je\%ett' 


{Abram J.'^^) 


1876 


157 


91. Job (Rev.) 


{JosJiua'-) 


1740 


86 


93. Job'fDea.) 


{Job^') 


1784 


95 


99. Job Hiram ' (Rev.) 


{John 5.«) 


1828 


101 


92. JoeP (Dea.) 


{Joshua^-) 


1755 


87 


94. Joel' 


(Job'') 


1791 


95 


143. Joel" 


{Dan'-') 


1801 


141 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



465 



If 



NO. 


■INDIVIDUAL. 


10?. 


Joel' 


119. 


Joel Hartwell' 




Joel Kellum' 


18. 


Johii^ 


1-27. 


John-' (Dea.) 




Jolin'^ 


O^^T. 


Jolin"' 


140. 


John"^ 


151. 


John" 




Johiv 


19-2. 


John' 


314. 


John" 




John-^ 




John' 




John^ 




John Bartlett' 


95. 


John Bishops 


211. 


John Burke' 




Jol)n Cross'^ 


243. 


John Cross" 




John Cross" 


CI. 


John Daniel' 


■62o. 


John P'rancis* 


107. 


John Harris" (Dr. i 


60. 


John Henry" 




John Henry' 




John Huntington- 


1P.9. 


John Margin'' 


3S, 


John ^Mather'' 


300 


John Nelson" 


316 


John Nelson' 


257 


John Newton'^ 


264 


Jolin Newton' 




John Newton' 


272 


John Newton' 




John Newton' 


278 


Jolm Nowton' 




• John Olmsted' 




Jolm Renben" 


135 


. John Robert" (Hon.) 




John Ross" 




John Sehlen^ 


100 


. Jolin Vail' 




Jolin Washington'^ 




Jonathan' 


3:j 


. Jo-^eith" 




Joseph" 


21( 


. Joseph Stewarf 




30 



PARKST. 


BIRTH. 


PAGE. 


(Ezra"^") 


1805 


104 


{Joel''") 


1847 


113 


{Joshua iv.''-) 


1S35 


148 


{Thomas^} 


1717 


241 


{Ezra''') 


1768 


133 


(Job'-") 


1777 


87 


{Salmon-'-'^) 


1781 . 


246 


{Ezra'"'') 


1793 


143 


{John'--) 


1803 


147 


{Henry''"') 


1809 


248 


{Ezra'-"') 


1815 


169 


{Azariah H.-'^') 


1827 


261 


{John'''-\ 


1857 


169 


{Henry C.''\) 


1887 


263 


{Horace F.^"^) 


1883 


79 


{IchabocF''^) 


1837 


374 


{Job'-') 


1794 


96 


{Joshua K.'''^) 


1853 


181 


(WiUidra'^'') 


1818 


196 


{Williams.-*') 


1835 


198 


{John C'.-«) 


1880 


200 


{John M.^-') 


1824 


68 


{Chancl/er'^^) 


1845 


206 


{John 21.'^^) 


18U 


155 


{Henry'-) 


1820 


68 


{John H/''>) 


1846 


68 


{Henrjf") 


1836 


260 


{Dan'-'=) 


1788 


137 


{RoswelP-') 


1801 


56 


{John'-^-') 


1809 


254 


{John .Y.-«") 


1849 


263 


{Reuben-'') 


1797 


213 


{Elias''^) 


1828 


220 


{John iV.-") 


183G 


213 


{John X:--'') 


1838 


225 


{Chaunccy"-") 


1842 


132 


{John .Y. -■•-*) 


1801 


229 


{John A'.''") 


1874 


203 


{Elias""') 


1800 


222 


{Reuben J. ■»-'>) 


1833 


377 


{John C.-«) 


1873 


21.0 


{Henry S. ■'■■-') 


1854 


252 


{John B:') 


1833 


103 


{John AV-"') 


1801 


226 


{Joel'*) 


1830 


96 


{Lymle'^) 


1801 


52 


{Henry'*) 


1873 


65 


{Joshua K.''^') 


1845 


ISO 



4^)0 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



jfO. INntVIDUAL. 

Josephinf' (Brainard) 
Jopcphine' 
Josepliine- 
Josophus" 
7. Joshua' 
12. Joshua-" 
Joshua' 
Joshua^ 
Joshua'^ 
200. Joshua- 
152. Joshua Kellum-* 
, 44. Josiah Phelps' 
22. Judah^ (Rev.) 
Judah'' 

Judith' iDorr) 
Judith" (Greenfield) 
Judsou^ 
Julia'' (Clark) 
Julia' 
Julia' 

Julia Amanda' (Tilyou) 
Julia Ann' (Hall) 
Jvilia Ann' 
Julia Ann' 

Julia Elvira- (Mixter) 
Julia Maria" 
Julia Maria' (Baldwin) 
Julian'' 

Juliet- (Conistock) 
Julius Trueworthy^ 



Kate' (Vernon) 
218. Kendrick Abranr 



219. La Claire Smitlr 
Lanah Amelia' 
Laura'' 
Laura' 

Laura Abigail- (Davis) 
Laura Aiken' (Curtiss) 
L^ura Katherine' 
Laura I>avina' (Sheffield) 
Laura Maria' 
Lavinia'' 
Lavinia Alcesta' (Vrooman) 

Lela' 



PARENT. 


BIBTH. 1 


!»AGF.. 


(Joseph''-^) 


1835 


65 


{Horace^^-*) 


1869 


171 


{Linns'-'') 


1867 


189 


(Ju/( »'•'') 


1834 


148 


{Henri/*) 


1686 


34 


{Josfnia') 


1718 


85 


{Joshua^') 


1747 


86 


{Ezra^^) 


1773 


118 


{JoeP') 


1789 


88 


{Manly''') 


1820 


174 


{John '-') 


1805 


148 


{DanieF') 


1811 


60 


{Henri/'") 


1729 


383 


{Tsrael'^) 


1770 


365 


{Henrif) 


1755 


44 


{Elishd'') 


1784 


48 


{Jerome 5.'"') 


1865 


111 


{Ezra'-'") 


1818 


122 


{Hrrreir"') 


1813 


209 


{Nathan'"') 


1825 


246 


{Dan'^'') 


1824 


iC3 


{JOSldUi iT."^-) 


1838 


180 


{Ezra M.*') 


1843 


59 


{Ezra M.") 


18— 


59 


(IsaacJ'-) 


1850 


187 


{Frederick^') 


1830 


59 


{Chaunceif^*) 


1836 


152 


(Henrif^) 


1798 


48 


{Rosivell'-') 


1809 


50 


{Horace''') 


1859 


171 


K. 






{Reuben J.''") 


1852 


378 


{Abrani J.'*^^) 


1855 


185 


L. 






{Abram J.'^') 


1861 


185 


{Kendrick A.'^^) 


1882 


185 


{Manly''') 


1837 


144 


{La Claire S.-'") 


1885 


185 


(Gilbert A.'-') 


1867 


73 


{Salmon-'^) 


1880 


248 


(Frederick M.'') 


18.54 


70 


(Ezra M.") 


1848 


59 


(Salmon-'^) 


1828 


248 


{Henry") 


1804 


48 


{Abrani ./.'''') 


1845 


184 


(John B:"') 


1886 


18-^ 



GHAMriOX GENEALOGY. 



4:67 



3-21. 



2-^9. 



IN-DIVIDUAL. 


P.VRENT. 


BIRTH. 


PAGE. 


Lona Mamie' 


{Nafhau 4.^15) 


1874 


263 


Leonard' 


(Jose2)Ji''-') 


1829 


52 


Leonard* 


(Elias-'") 


1808 


189 


Leslie Josiah^ 


{Thcron J.''') 


1886 


77 


Lester Ferdinand- 


{Ferdinand^''') 


1859 


265 


Lewis Ferguson* 


(J. Hiram'") 


1857 


103 


Lilly .Jane^ 


(John'''-) 


1859 


169 


Lilly Louisa^ (Clark) 


{Horace''^^) 


1861 


190 


Linns'* 


(John'") 


1842 


189 


Llewellyn* 


(Abram J.^"') 


1874 


1.57 


Lodowick' 


{Charks'^-) 


1825 


144 


Lois'" 


{Stephen^'') 


17— 


233 


Lois'* (Parker) 


{JoeP-} 


1793 


88 


Lora'' (Kneeland) 


{Medcs'*') 


1793 


218 


Louis Frederick' 


(Albert C'."'') 


18G9 


379 


Louisa- 


(Job'^) 


1819 


95 


Louisa" (Cook) 


(DavkV") 


1831 


166 


Louisa- 


{Willknn IT.''- '''''•) 


18— 


50 


Louisa Jane" (Warner) 


{Reuben J.*-") 


1823 


368 


Louise' (DeLong) 


{Hiram''') 


1841 


108 


Lovica'* (Ashley) 


{Bcidten^^'^) 


1786 


210 


Lovica'' (Hancock) 


{Henrij F.-'^) 


1791 


244 


Lovice^ (Brockwaj') 


(Josper'-*) 


1767 


195 


Lucinda-^ (Coates) 


{Jasper^^) 


1764 


195 


Lucinda Esther' (Eoerback) 


(Job''-'') 


1831 


95 


Lueinda' (Kinyon) 


[Elisha'^-) 


1825 


166 


Lucinda Norton' (Goodenough) {NatJian-^") 


1822 


254 


Lucretia*^ (Bacon) 


{Epaph rod it u 8^^^) 


1783 


300 


Lucretia" (Swartz) 


{Ezra''') 


1796 


123 


Lucretia' (King) 


{Jlanlif^'') 


1823 


174 


Lue>-^ (DeWolf) 


{Thomas') 


1718 


37 


Lucy5 (Dibble) 


{Tfiomas^') 


. 1754 


237 


Luc}-= (Rowland) 


(Jasper' *) 


1769 


195 


Lucy"* (Stark) 


(Andrew^'^) 


1799 


371 


Lucy"^ 


{Hciiri/-') 


1808 


48 


Lucy' (Shoemaker) 


{Henrij-^'^) 


1807 


348 


Lucy' 


{John'^')- 


1817 


143 


Lucy AbigaiP 


{Jerome B.''^) 


1883 


HI 


Lucy Angeline'* 


{Charles F.^-') 


1873 


266 


Lncy Ann' (Skinner; 


{Nathan-''''} 


1815 


252 


Lucy Ann' (Havens) 


{Ezra''') 


1818 


169 


Lucy Ann' (Smith) 


(£z/-«'^') 


18g6 


168 


Lucy Ann' (Curbin) 


{Aaron'^') 


1841 


146 


Lucy Ann" (Farnssvorth) 


{Or re a ''") 


1843 


151 


Lucy Aruiinda^ 


{Charles Dr-') 


1882 


187 


Lucy Brink" (Gorhaiu) 


{AzariahUr^') 


1825 


261 


Lucy Brown" 


{Simon B:'"*) 


1869 


178 


Lucy Eveline'* (Preston) 


{Chandler'"^) 


1848, 


267 


Lucy Lester' (Kelsey) 


(Pranfc'"') . 


1859 


191 



40S 



CHAMPIOX GENEALOGY 



JO. rNDIVIPUAL. 

Lucy Tilden" (Allen) 
Lucyetle' (Potter) 
Lulu* 

Lura Abigail- • 
Lura AbigaiP 
Luruna'^ (Clark) 
Lury Ann' (Champlain) 
Lury Ann^ 
Lyanda' 
Lydia' (Hudson) 
Lydia'' (Field) 
Lydia' (Seaman) 
Lydia^ (Head) 
Lydia"^ (Kneeland) 
Lydia" (Toniblin) 
Lydia'' 
Lydia- 

Lydia' (Champion) 
Lydia" 
Lydia' 
Lydia- 

Lydia Betlua' (Fisk) 
Lydia Catliu' (:Maynard) 
24. Lynde' 
Lynde" 
Lynes' 
Lynes^ 



]Mabel- 

Maggie Mary^ (Foster) 
147. Manly 
164. Marcus" 

Margaret Hanna' 

Maria'^ (Watkinson) 

Maria'' 

Maria" (Edwards) 

Maria' (Bowen) 

Maria Sophia' (McAlpin) 

Marion Abigail' 

Marion Louise- 
Martha 

Martha' (Brainard) 

Martha- 
Martha Elizabeth' (AUyn) 

Martha Elizabeth" (Fancher) 

Martha Ellen" 

Martha Jane' (Brigham) 



PABEST. 


Bir.TH. 


PAGE. 


(SalDwn-^'^) 


1818 


256 


{John M.''-') 


1817 


156 


{Charh's T:'^') 


1883 


266 


(Fredo-ivl; Mr") 


18j3 


70 


(Horace F.'^) 


1873 


79 


{Elisha-') 


1789 


49 


(Frederick^^) 


183-2 


72 


{Israel''^) 


1863 


72 


iOrren^') 


1847 


151 


(Joshua^-) 


1745 


85 


{Reuben^') 


175G 


204 


(Ezra'-') 


1765 


118 


{Job''') 


178-2 


87 


{Medes-'') 


1791 


216 


(Dan'-') 


1795 


1-21 


{Stephen'--') 


1797 


119 


{Andrew"^--^) 


1807 


367 


{Ezra'^) 


18-31 


140 


{Ichabod^ ") 


1831 


374 


{Elisha''') 


183S 


141 


{John^'*) 


1867 


262 


{Dan''") 


1813 


160 


{Henry -■'") 


1826 


261 


{Henry'-') 


1760 


45 


(Lynde-*) 


1790 


45 


{Ezra M.*') 


1839 


59 


{Robert'^-') 


1851 


171 


{Aaron B.-'^) 


1880 


227 


{Gilbert A.") 


1868 


73 


{Ezra'-") 


1798 


144 


{Beiiben'^-') 


1828 


154 


{Reuben J.^-'') 


1829 


368 


{Henry^--) 


1791 


294 


{Reuben'*'') 


1^06 


205 


{Henry-') 


1812 


309 


{Ezra'**) 


1830 


142 


(Aaron-=^) 


1832 


2-23 


{Charles F.'-'*) 


1869 


266 


{Israel"') 


1852 


153 


{Israel-') 


1768 


365 


{Israel'') 


1773 


367 


(Benjamin''''') 


1858 


108 


(Syhrster''^) 


1827 


67 


{Aaron"'') 


1827 


178 


{Robert 3/.-) 


1849 


67 


{Elisha'-) 


1840 


167 



cii A M pioN G i:n k a logy. 



409 



IXPrvlDCAL. 

Mfirtba Jane" 

Martha Jane^ 

^Mary- (Huntley) 

Mary' (Fuller) 

Mary* 

Mary* 

:Mary* (Mason) 

Mary' 

Mary' (Bulkeley) 

Marj'5 (Jewrtt) 

Mary^ (Hulf ) 

Ma ly^ (Proper) 

Mary* (Shotwell) 

Mary* (Gazlav) 

^lary*^ (Miller) 
Mary- (Roth) 
Mary^ 

Alary" (EoVjbins) 
Mary" 
Mary" 
Mary- 
Mary' 

Mary Ann' (Lay) 
Mary Ann- (White) 
Mary Ann" 
Mary Ann' (Bryanti 
Mary Ann- (Archibald) 
Mary Clark' (Allen) 
]\Iary Dorlisca' (Krum) 
Mary Eliza" 
Mary Eliza" i Graves ■ 
Mary Elizabeth' f Wrench i 
Mary Elizabeth" (Shultsi 
Mary Hannah" (Marsh) 
Mary Hytle' (Roberts) 
Mary Isabel le' 
Mary Jane' (Willoughbyi 
Mary Jane" i Fowler i 
Mary Lavinia' (Slate) 
Mary Libbie" 
:Mary Louisa" (Hoag) 
Mary Lf)wry- 
3Iary Maria' (Rose) 
Mary Oliva' (Jaynes) 
Mary Olive" 

Mary Robinson' iMaynard 
Mary Rogers" (Lamb; 
Mary Waterman" 



PARENT. 


BIETU. 


PAGK. 


{John''-) 


1K4:^ 


169 


(Liniis--^) 


1S66 


189 


(Henri/) 


1651 


28 


{llioma.r) 


lfi93 


32 


{Henry*) 


1704 


30 


{Joshua') 


1713 


3-5 


{Henry-') 


1731 


40 


(Thomas'') 


1751 


237 


{Henry-) 


17ry2 


289 


{Israel-') 


IIU 


365 


{Job'') 


1774 


87 


{Dan'--) 


1782 


120 


{Ezra'--") 


1791 


122 


{Stephen'-^) 


1794 


129 


{AncJreic^'-^) 


1806 


374 


{Charles""^) 


l."<10 


144 


(Daniel M:^'--) 


18— 


140 


{Orlando') 


1842 


70 


iJosiah P.*"-) 


1844 


60 


(Richard-'- ■) 


18— 


132 


(Henry C. »^»>; 


1881 


262 


(Bradford i?.--') 


1><76 


111 


(Rosv-dV'') 


1811 


58 


(Daiv^') 


1819 


162 


(Elisha'^-) 


1819 


140 


{Ezra-"") 


1823 


108 


(Chfiuncey' ■^) 


1831 


152 


(Salmon-"') 


1823 


257 


(Joel"'') 


1828 


141 


(Reuben J.*~-") 


1836 


368 


(Chandler-^) 


1854 


267 


(John'"') 


1849 


178 


{George Tr.''^) 


1855 


18G 


{Henry"') 


18-17 


260 


{Reuben*-'^) 


1829 


379 


(Jerome B."*) 


1875 


HI 


{Moses'-'"'") 


18— 


126 


(Israel') 


1861 


72 


(Frederick^^) 


1826 


71 


(Robert M.'' ) 


1857 


67 


(Ezra'"') 


1827 


142 


{James M:-' '^) 


1880 


181 


[Ezra Mr') 


1841 


74 


{Jo.fhua K.^') 


1836 


179 


(Simon B. -'■■') 


1880 


183 


{ Henry-'" \ 


1820 


249 


(Colcin B.') 


1K63 


80 


(John C.-^ ) 


18«1 


200 



470 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



so. lyDIVIDUAL. 

May Kelsoy* 

May Staiiwood^ 

MayweJl- 
248. Medes* 

Medes*"' 

Mehotable' (Marvin) 

Mehitable^ (Deming') 

Mehitalile' (Beckwith) 

Melvin^ 

]Moiey" (Doit) 

^lerrill^ 
328. Miles Adam^ 

Minerva .Jane' (Martin) 

Minerva Louise' 

Minnie Agnes^ 

:Minnie Gibson^ (Hall) 

Minnie He.ster- (.Miles) 
122. Minor^ 

Miranda" (Wood) 
Mollys 
Morell* 
254. Moses'' {Dr.) 

Moses" 
182. Moses" 

Moses Aaron- 
Moses Tennant" 
Mosiah'^ 
Mulford Cross Ross*^ 



Nancy Maria' (Lewis) 

Nancy Susan" (Clark) 

Nathan^ 
280. Nathan^ 
286. Nathan" 

Nathan' 
315. Nathan Alexander'* 

Nellie^ 

Nellie Rebecca^ (Collins) 

Nelson' 

Noadiah^ 

Nora Marion' 
436. Norton Reuben' (Dr.) 



Olive Sedate' 
Oliver 



PARENT. 


BIRTH. 


PAGE. 


{William J.'-i') 


1869 


185 


(Heury A.^'>) 


18G9 


77 


(Elisha S.-') 


1856 


66 


{Ahnnn J."'^) 


1864 


1.57 


{Eeuhen^'') 


1764 


205 


{Medes-'^) 


1800 


206 


{Henry") 


1709 


34 


{Henryn 


1720 


271 


(Israel-') 


1760 


365 


{Henry Mr--) 


1871 


78 


{Manly''') 


1828 


174 


{Ahram J.'''^) 


1883 


157 


{Chandler'"') 


1850 


267 


{Ezra''') 


1833 


142 


{Minor'-') 


1871 


113 


{Simon B.-'-) 


1879 


183 


(J. Hiram'''^) 


1858 


109 


{Elias-'"') 


1863 


222 


(Ezra""') 


18 i3 


113 


{Ste2:>hen'-') 


1799 


130 


{Stci)hcn"') 


17— 


233 


{Joseph S.-"') 


1879 


181 


(Fieuben-''') 


1792 


211 


(John''-') 


1800 


126 


{David'") 


1828 


165 


(John N.-'") 


1868 


221 


{John M.'^^') 


1812 


138 


(Henry-") 


1801 


48 


{Willianv'") 


1822 


196 


N. 
(Selden-'"') ' 


1800 


249 


(Ezra M.'-) 


1850 


75 


(Thomas") 


1723 


37 


(John'-) 


1748 


241 


(Nathan- ■") 


1781 


245 


(Selden'''') 


1805 


245 


(Henry Sr^') 


1852 


262 


(Simon B.'^') 


1873 


178 


(Henry"'') 


1863 


268 


(Elisha'n 


1829 


140 


{Israel-') 


1775 


365 


(Charles D.--') 


1877 


186 


(Reuben J.'-") 


1838 


378 


0. 






{Clarence iV.--") 


1883 


188 


(Ezra"') 


1825 


142 



CHAMPION GKNEALOGY. 



471 



!fO. IXDIVIDUAL. 


PAKBNT. 


BIRTH. 


PACE. 


Oliver'* 


(JosfDin-^^) 


1843 


174 


Orison^ 


(Joshua-^°) 


1846 


174 


Orla» 


{Orlando L.'') 


1880 


79 


65. Orlando' 


{Frederick'') 


1821 


70 


Orlando Foster'" 


(jDan.i'") 


1858 


162 


85. Orlando Leslie^ 


{Frederick M/') 


1857 


79 


Orion' 


{John .!/.«') 


1843 


56 


56. Orren' 


{Seabunf ■■■'>) 


1812 


151 


Oscar^ 


{RnbcrP^=) 


1849 


171 


Oscar Fitzerland" 


{Joel''-') 


1832 


141 


ParaeP (Spaulding) 


P. 

{TJionias'^) 


1731 


38 


Parnel' 


{Thomas^') 


1743 


237 


ParneP (Huntington) 


(John''') 


1757 


242 


Parnel'' (Clark) 


(SV/Z»!0»-'-") 


1790 


243 


Parry' 


{Bradford J?.^'') 


1871 


111 


Paul* 


(Aaron B :■'■-) 


1874 


227 


Perry' 


{Azariah i7.-'") 


1823 


249 


PeiTV" 


{George Tr.^'-) 


1854 


160 


Peter .Jerome'' 


(Jerome B.''") 


1867 


111 


Phebe^ 


{Thomas') 


1726 


37 


Phebe^ 


{Joshua') 


1728 


35 


Phebe' 


{Tliomas'-) 


1749 


237 


Phebe'' (Cooper) 


{Joel'') 


1793 


88 


Phebe'^ (Watrous) 


{Stejjhen'---) 


1794 


119 


Pliebe^ 


{Etisha-') 


1795 


45 


Philena Augurita' (DeWolf) 


(Calvin B"^'') 


1848 


79 


Philo» 


{Jerome B.''') 


1871 


111 


Philo Junius" 


{Aaron''^) 


1830 


146 


Pierre' 


(Silas'-n 


1817 


247 


Pierre* 


{Ferdinand-'^^) 


1840 


255 


PolIy5 


{Joshua^'-) 


1752 


86 


Polly'> (Buol) 


{Ezra'') 


1770 


118 


Polly** (Seaman) 


{JoeP-) 


1784 


88 


Polly" (Throop) 


{Sahnon-^-^) 


1794 


243 


Polly" (Babcock) 


{John'--') 


1798 


126 


Preston Wentwortli* 


{Dan'") 


1866 


162 


Rachel- (Tanner) 


R. 

{He)iry') 


165- 


23 


RacbeP(Leete) 


(Henrtf) 


1697 


31) 


Rachel- (Stihvell) 


{Henry^'") 


1845 


260 


Ralph' 


{Abram J."*») 


1879 


157 


Ralston- 


(John"*) 


1855 


262 


Rebecca' (Bates) 


(Ezra'"') 


1812 


143 


Redexalaua' (Nye) 


(Ferdinand'''^') 


1843 


264 


165. Remick Wait' 


{Reuben'^') 


1832 


154 



472 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



NO. 


iNDivmrAi,. 


PARENT. 


BIRTH. 


PAGE. 


15. 


ReubenMDr.) 


(Stephen-) 


1727 


203 


124. 


Reuben' (Capt.) 


{EzixO^) 


1757 


119 


423. 


Reuben-' (Capt.) 


{UraeP') 


1759 


366 


24G. 


Reuben^ 


{Reuhen^") 


1760 


204 


251. 


Reuben'' (Dr.) 


(Beuberi---^^) 


1784 


209 


137. 


Reuben" 


(Reiiben^-^^) 


1787 


136 




Reuben" 


(JohiO--) 


1792 


126 


428. 


Reuben*' 


■ (Andrew*-*) 


1794. 


370 




Reuben' 


(Reuben'^'') 


1825 


136 


265. 


Reuben" 


(Elias--') 


1832 


221 




Reuben" 


(James ^.i") 


1^4 


150 




Reuben'' 


(Reuben''') 


1857 


221 




Reuben Arthur" 


(EdmnncP"-) 


1854 


1.53 


271. 


Reubt-n Flly' 


(John A^«") 


1832 


224 


420. 


Reuben Jewetf' 


(Reid>en*''') 


1797 


367 




Rhoda" (Coffin) 


(Andreir*'*) 


1793 


368 




Rhocla' 


(Daniel''") 


1809 


50 




Rhoda' (Brigbani) 


(Silas''') 


1812 


255 




Rhoda Ann" (>lil!nrd) 


(Revben J:*-'') 


1825 


374 




Richard' 


(CJioinieey^"*) 


1825 


132 




Robert" 


(EUJah'-''-''-^-) 


18— 


121 


195. 


Robert" 


(Ezra'-') 


1824 


171 




Robert" 


(Chavnceif-*) 


1834 


132 




Roljert Fox* 


(Albert C.*^') 


1875 


379 




Robert Henry" 


(Hennf^'-') 


1804 


292 


57. 


Robert Miller" 


(Sylvester"') 


1819 


66 




Roger Burnhani" 


(Calvin B.'') 


1866 


71 




Rogers' 


(Erederiek'^) 


1837 


59 


25. 


Rosvvell^ (Capt.) 


(Henry^^) 


1766 


46 




Roswell"(Col.) 


(Rosu-eU'-') 


1793 


47 


62 


Roswell" 


(John 31.''-) 


1827 


68 




Rou-ena Adah-' 


(Nathan A.^''-) 


1877 


263 




Roy Benjamin' 


(James A.-^') 


1881 


184 




Rubie^ 


(Jerome B J'') 


1874 


111 


29H.Paiel^ 


(Henry V.''*) 


1804 


249 




Ruie" (Durham) 


(Joslnia AT. '5-') 


1843 


180 




Ruie Estelle^ 


(James .V.-'"'^) 


1877 


181 




Russell'J 


(Bradford R.''') 


1884 


111 




Ruth^ 


(Josh iia') 


1744 


35 




Ruth'* (Potter) 


(Dan'-') 


1790 


120 




Ruth Ann' ^Seacord) 


(Ezra'*-") 


1828 


168 




Rutli Ann' (Clougli) 


(John il/.'^>3) 


1830 


158 




Sabine Lrdia" (Perkins) 


s. 

(Salmon"-') 


1836 


248 




Sadie PearP 


(Clement M '.'-'■') 


1883 


267 




Sally'' (Lee) 


(Stephen'-') 


1777 


126 




Sally' (Gardner) 


(Ezra'") 


1812 


106 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY 



473 



ifO. ixPiyiPUAL. 


PABF.XT. 


Sally' (Campbell) 


{Henrf^") 


2S3. Salmon* 


{John'i) 


289. Salmou" 


(Salmon-^'} 


303. Salmon'' 


(Silas-n 


308. Salmon F.' 


{Salmon-'^) 


Salmon F.'' 


{Salmon F."'") 


Salome' (Kamsay) 


(Ezra^'^) 


Samantha'' (Payne) 


(John''') 


Samantlia' (Willits) 


{Selden-'=) 


SamueP 


{Henry') 


SamueP 


{Josliucv) 


SamneP 


{Joslntcv) 


Samuel^ 


{Ezra^"-'-) 


Sands* 


{Jasjicr^*) 


Sarah- (Bennett) 


{Hennf) 


Saralr (Scovil) 


{Thomas') 


Sarah^ (Peck) 


{Henrif) 


Sarah* 


{Joshua') 


Sarah* (PLOgers) 


{Reuben'''') 


Sarah' 


(Henry ■^) 


Sarah* (Durham) 


{JosJiua^-) 


Sarah« 


{Dan'-'') 


Sarah^ (Finch) 


iJob^') 


Sarah- (Lane) 


{Horace'-"^) 


Sarah" (Dancy) 


{Aaron //.'-'■^) 


Sarah Albena' 


{Alonzo Hr-) 


Sarah Alma- 


{Elias'"") 


Sarah Ann" (Shattuck) 


(John'") 


Sarah Ann' 


(E7tos-*3) 


Sarah Ann* 


{John y.-''*) 


Sarah Clark' (Richards) 


{Nathan--"} 


Sarah Cross" 


{William S.'^' 


Sarah .Jane' (Man warring) 


{Ezra :)!.'') 


Sarah Jane" 


{Dan''"') 


Sarah ^Maria' 


{James E.-"') 


Sarah :\Iatilda^ (Hulbert) 


{J. Hiram'") 


180. Seabury'* 


{Stejihen^-'} 


28o. Selden^ 


{Nathan"'^') 


Sidney* 


{John i?.-"') 


Sidney Engene' 


{Horace''^') 


288. Silas'^ 


{Salmon-*^) 


Silence Ely^ (Moseley) 


{Reuben -'-'") 


204. Simon Bolivar 


{Aaron'"^'-'} 


213. Simon Bolivar 


{James A. ''■■') 


Sophia'' (Tliayre) 


{Henry F.-~^) 


Stephen- 


{Henry') 


8. Stephen^ 


{Henry) 


16. Stephen^ 


{Stephen^) 



1815 


248 


lT.-)8 


243 


1790 


247 


1815 


256 


1841 


258 


1876 


259 


1814 


107 


1808 


148 


1811 


250 


1691 


30 


1722 


35 


1746 


35 


1832 


233 


1781 


195 


1649 


27 


1688 


32 


1713 


34 


1734 


35 


1757 


204 


1763 


44 


1767 


9<1- 


1784 


120 


1787 


87 


1847 


189 


1861 


230 


1872 


78 


1869 


222 


1819 


172 


1835 


211 


1859 


221 


1817 


253 


1833 


197 


1837 


74 


1854 


163 


1878 


223 


1861 


109 


1785 


128 


1774 


.245 


1875 


378 


1855 


171 


1786 


247 


1799 


214 


1835 


175 


1851 


182 


1788 


244 


1653 


23 


1703 


35 


1744 


233 



474 



CHAMPIOX GENEALOGY. 



INDIVIDUAL. 



123. Stephen"' 

Stephen^ 

Stephen Bra.c^ue- 

Stephen Elias' 

Ste%vart Ray'' 

Susan"* 

Susan* 

Susan Augusta* (Bunch) 

Susan Matson' (Avery) 

Susan Taylor - 

Susanna' 

Susanna^ (Bathrick) 

Susanna" (Bathrick) 
36. Sylvester (Col.) 

• Sylvester' 
81. Sylvester Seymour' 



317. Terry Buigess' 

Thankful' (Champion) 
Thankful" 
Theodore' 
322. Theodore Henry' 

Theodotia- (Anruick) 
79. Theron Josiah' 
5. Thomas- 
9. Thomas^ 
17. Thomas^ 



PARENT. 

{Henri/ C'."-»b) 
(J. Hinini'J) 
{John N.'-'-^) 
. (Joseph 5'.-'") 
{Ezra^^- ■'•) 
{George^-''') 
{Gilbert A.'') 
(Reuben' ■'■) 
(Francis J.-''^} 
(Henry^) 
(JosJiua'} 
(Reuben''*) 
(Ros^cell--) 
(Seidell-'-') 
(Robert M.'^') 



(Ferdinand^'^^) 

(Ezra^') 

(Ezru^') 

(John-''') 

(Henry E.^'^^) 

(Henry^''') 

(Josiah P.^^) 

(Henry ^) 

(Thomas'') 

(Thomas') 



BIF.IH. 


PAGE. 


1755 


118 


1S80 


262 


1864 


103 


1862 


221 


1881 


181 


1834 


233 


1841 


309 


1864 


73 


1820 


154 


1862 


228 


1690 


30 


1725 


35 


1783 


133 


1788 


55 


1823 


245 


1863 


77 


1835 


203 


1759 


87 


1810 


97 


1813 


246 


1849 


2G5 


1840 


260 


1845 


76 


1656 


31 


1691 


37 


1713 


237 



Unis Olive^ (Stedman) 



U. 



(Gilbert A.''') 



1880 



V. 



Vibber" 
Vibber" 
Victoria' 

Violata"* (Gaylord) 
Virgil' 



Waitstil* (Cone) 
87. Wallace Rutiiven' 
"\Valter Hannilial' 
Walter Owen^ 
Walter Taylor* 
Wealthy (Peck) 
Wilhelniina' (Webb) 



(Henry F.-^*-") 
(Selden-'^) 
(Henry''''') 
(Henry F.-"^) 
(Calvin B.-') 



W 



(Jasper''*) 

(Call-in BS') 

(Ezra''-') 

(Elias'-"") 

(Aaron B.'-'^^) 

(Dan'^') 

(Joel"''') 



1802 


245 


1818 


245 


1861 


260 


1784 


244 


1874 


71 


1761 


195 


1849 


80 


1864 


149 


1871 


189 


1873 


227 


1809 


121 


1838 


111 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY 



475- it. 



t. 



so. l>friIVlDCAL. 

Willard' 
240. William^ 
"William^ 
Williaiiv 
William' 
William^ 
William" 

William Alexander' 
238. William David' 
William Davis' 
William Davis' 
William Edward^ 
William Plenry' 
William fienry" 
William Henry' 
William Henry' 
William Henry' 
236. William Hemy^ 
217. William John' 
235. William Perkins^ 
241. William Sands^ 
320. Wilmot Chandler' 



PARENT. 

{Orlando L.'') 

{Hear if'-) 
(Azariah H^^') 
{Manly''-') 
{EicharcV"-^-'") 
{Williani J.-'^) 
{John Cr*') 
{James^^') 
{Aaron H:-''>) 
{Aaron H:-^'') 
{Reuben J^-°) 
{Reuben'^-'') 
{Daniel'") 
{William S:-'') 
(Reuben*-^) 
{Joshua''''^) 
{Frauk-''^) 
{Abram J.'"^ 
{EzraA.^'^^) 
{\Villiani-'">) 
{Chandler^'*'^) 



B(RTH. 


PAGE. 


1879 


79 


1777 


195 


1797 


283 


1S22 


249 


1837 


144 


18— 


182 


1880 


185 


1869 


200 


1863 


188 


1800 


223 


1866 


223 


1835 


368 


1822 


371 


1825 


50 


1830 


197 


1832 


371 


1848 


174 


1858 


191 


1848 


144 


1859 


190 


1804 


197 


1846 


266 



' I 



l 



INDEX II. 

OTHER CHAMPIONS, 



I 



NAME. 

A. H. 

Abii;ail 

Abigail 

Al)ram D. 

Ada C. 

Adaliiie 

Addie S. 

Alexander J. 

Alvah 

A 1 vail 

Amanda 

Amelia 

Andrew H. 

Ann W. 

Anna 

Anna 

Annert 

Annie 

Annie E. 

Ann is M. 

Augustus C. 

Barintha A. 

Benjamin 

Benjamin 

Benjamin M. 

Betsy 

Blanche 

Budd 

C. O. 

Catherine 

Catherine 

Chalkley C. 

Cliarity 

Charles 

Charles 

Charles S. 

Charles W. 



PAGE. ' 


NAME. • 


413 


Christeann 


398 


Christeann 


408 


Clarence E. 


4U5 


Clark S. 


400 


Claude 


408 


Clement 


407 


Clive 


403 


Clyde 


400 


Cora G. 


406; 


Cordilla A. 


406 


Cyrus K. 


400 


Dan (Campion 


400 


Daniel 


391 


Delia 


398 


Douglas 


398 


Dyantha D. 


403 


Edgar 


400 


Edgar P. 


407 


Edmund J. 


400 


Edmund J. 


410 


Edward C. 


408 


Elias 


397 


Elias F. 


398 


Eliza J. 


398 


Elizabeth 


405 


Elizabeth 


409 


Elizabeth 


411 


Elizabeth 


413 


Elizabeth 


403 


Elizabeth 


408 


Elizabeth C. 


398 


Elizabeth C. 


403 


Elizabeth G. 


398 


Elizabeth M. 


398 


Elizabeth R. 


398 


Ella 


400 


, Ellen R. 



PAGE. 

403 
403 
408 
401 
410 
413 
410 
410 
410 
403 
408 
. 401 
401 
410 
410 
409 
400 
409 
410 
410 
401 
397 
410 
406 
396 
396 
403 
406 
407 
408 
410 
410 
398 
400 
398 
398 
407 






478 



CHAMPION GEXEALOGY, 



XAME. 

Elvira 

Emilj 

Eniuia 

Esther 

Etta 

Ezra 

F. G. 

Fanny H. 

Flora E. 

Florence B. 

Frances 

Francis 

Frank 

Frank H. 

Frederick M. 

Gabriel R. 

Gaskell 

Gaskell 

George 

George A. 

Hannah 

Hannah 

Harriet 

Harry B. 

Harry E. 

Hattie 

Helen R. 

Hiram 

Ida F. 

Isaac 

Isaac K. 

Jacob 

James 

James 

James 

James 

James 

James A. 

James E. 

James F. 

James L. 

James M, 

James M. 

Ja/ues M. 

James N. 

James R. 

Jane 

Jennie 



PAGE. 

408 

398 

400 

407 

400 

401 

413 

405 

403 

898 

395 

410 

400 

405 

405 

410 

410 

410 

401 

408 

404 

40G 

405 

398 

403 

400 

398 

406 

405 

405 

398 

405 

400 

403 

404 

405 

411 

407 

400 

403 

403 

403 

405 

409 

407 

411 

400 

400 



NAME. 

Jeremiah 

Jesse 

Jesse 

John 

John 

John 

John 

John 

Jolin 

John 

John 

John B. 

John B. 

John C. 

John C. 

John H. 

John N. 

John W. 

Jonathan 

Joseph 

Joseph 

Joseph 

Joseph 

Joseph 

Joseph 

Joseph 

Joseph 

Joseph C. 

Joseph C. 

Josepli D. 

Josepli H. 

Joseph 31. 

Joseph M. 

Josephine 

LeRoy 

Levi 

Levi 

Levi 

Levi M. 

Lewis H. 

Lillian 

Lilla M. 

Lorenzo 

Louis 

Lucy A. 

Lulu 

Luther 

Lydia 



PAOE. 

405 
410 
410 
395 

398 

398 
• 401 
401 
401 
403 
410 
397 
398 
398 
401 
410 
406 
405 
395 
397 
397 
397 
398 
399 
401 
401 
404 
398 
398 
409 
407 
406 
408 
411 
407 
405 
405 
406 
405 
410 
410 
408 
405 
403 
405 
410 
410 
405 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



479 



M,i1k4 F. 

Mabel J. 

Mamie A. 

;Marden 

Margaret J. 

Mark A. 

Mark A. 

Marietta K. 

Martha 

.Alary 

iMary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary A. 

Mary D. 

Mary E. 

Mary E. 

Mary J. 

Mary J. 

Mary M. 

Matthew 

Mattie A. 

May 

Minnie 

Moses 

Myrtle 

Nancy 

Nathan S. 

Nathaniel 

Nathaniel 

Nathaniel 

Nathaniel 

Natlianiel 

Nicholas 

Nicholas S. 

Olive A. 

Olyn O. 

Orvil 

Pascoc (or Pasta) 

Peter 

Peter 

Phebe 

PoUy 

Rachel 

Kachel 



PAGE. 1 NAME. 


PAGE. 


403 Ralph W. 


403 


410 Raymond 


413 


403 Rebecca 


397 


408 Rebtcca 


400 


400 , Rebecca C. 


410 


400 Richard 


401 


400 Richard 


412 


'398 Richard 


412 


403 Richard 


412 


395 Richard 


413 


395 Richard B. 


398 


397 Richard B. 


398 


398 Robert 


396 


400 Robert 


412 


402 : Robert A. 


401 


408 Robert C. 


400 


406 Ro3Coe(--Rock" 


) see James R. 


410 Rose 


400 


403 Ruth 


400 


40.J Ruth 


405 


400 RuthT. 


. 407 


407 Sally 


404 


398 Sally 


405 


413 Samuel 


397 


407 Samuel 


397 


400 Samuel 


403 


400 Samuel 


403 


406 Samuel 


403 


409 Samuel 


405 


402 Samuel 


406 


401 Sanmel C. 


397 


896 Samuel C. 


398 


396 Samuel S. 


406 


397 Sarah 


397 


402 Sarah 


398 


403 Sarah 


411 


413 Sarah J. 


398 


401 Sarah J. 


405 


406 Schuyler 


411 


410 Simeon 


405 


407 SomersT. 


401 


412 Stephen E. 


401 


397 Susan 


410 


403 Susan 


410 


396 Susannah 


406 


404 Theron J. 


410 


397 Thomas 


395 


398 Thomas 


396 



480 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



NAMK. 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas E. 

Thomas S. 

Ursula A. 

Virginia 

W. C. 



PAOE. 


NAME. 


397 


W. M. 


397 


William 


399 


William 


401 


William C. 


401 


William C. 


402 


William H 


405 


William H. 


412 


William J. 


411 


William J. 


401 


William N. 


410 


William W 


398 


Willis J. 


413 


Wright W. 



PAGE. 

413 

401 
408 
398 
397 
401 
403 
400 
400 
407 
400 
410 
403 



INDEX HI. 

SURNAMES OTHER THAN CHAMPION.* 



[Till- names of those who have married rhamnions de.>cL'iiilei1 from the f'oiiiieeticut 
Settler are printed in small cai-itai.s.] 

NAME. 

Abbe, 

Freelove 3.")o Cliarles 345 

Marietta 208 Charles 317 

Abbot, . Charles R. 3-24 

Amos 161 Elizabeth 309 

Anna M. 33i) Ellen W. 360 

Cliarles C. G. 336 Ezekiel 204 

Dora S. 336 Frances D. 347 

Ephraim 33."5 JennicH. 353 

Ezra 143 J'-'li" I. 324 

Georcre C. 336 Josejih :335 

Hakrikt 143 Joseph H. 345 

Howard S. 335 Josephine A. 335 

KateG. 386 Mary R. 324 

Maria E. 336 Nathan 315 

Martha A. 161 Nathaniel 316 

Samuel C. 335 Nettie R. 353 

Wyllys S. 336 Richard 323 



Abel, 

Caleb 
Cyxtiiia 



AGE. 


NAMK. 




AJams. 


355 


Charles 


208 


Charles 




Charles R. 


161 


Elizabeth 


331'. 


Ellen W. 


336 


Ezekiel 


336 


Frances D. 


335 


JennicH. 


143 


John I. 


336 


Jose}ih 


143 


Joseph H. 


335 


Josephine A 


386 


:\rary R. 


336 


Nathan 


161 


Nathaniel 


335 


Nettie R. 


336 


Richard 




Richard S. 


247 
247 


Rufus 
Thomas H. 
Uzziel 


65 
37 


William R. 
Adkins. 


37 


Susannah 


37 


Albro, 


37 


Lydia 


37 


AMru'h. 


65 


]Ma ry 


37 


Allen, 


37 


Alice F. 



323 

315 

352 

352 

'^'^'^'■''^ .^ William R. 316 

Alvin 

Bethia (Mrs.) 

Bezaleel 

Bezaleel 

Champion 

Deborah 

EmelI-NE E. 65 Mary 53 

Lavina 

Samuel 

* K.xee|)t thr^se on pajfes VT, tho^^e on papres rW-T, whieh are arr.iageil alphabeti- 
cally, and a few others which have no special siiiuiliiance in this ^'■eaealofry. 
31 



30 

379 



482 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



XAME. 


PAGE 


XAMF.. 


All no W. 


•39." 


Wilbur L. 


Arthur F. 
Asa K. 


256 


Andrcii's, 
Betty 


f]dith 


257 


Edwin C. 
Edwin C. 


257 
257 


And r OS, 

Henrietta 


Emma 


150 


Andrun, 


Emma 


257 


Betsey 


Eunice 


259 


Jonathan 


Isaac 


217 


Aniaicl-, 


Joseph C. 


256 


JVDSOX 


Josephine 


250 


Annes, 


Katherine F. 


351 


Adrian W. 


Laura C. 


257 


Effie M. 


Lorinda 


217 


Erie C. 


L}dia 


206 


Franklin E. 


Mary C. 


257 


George N. 


Mattie C. 


257 


Jessie M. 


Peter A. 
Piutb 


90 
257 


Apjplehy. 
Eliza 


AUrecL 

Herbert 


146 


Applerjate, 
Lydia 


Allyu, 




Ardicr, 


Clarissa 


191 


Emma 


Freelove (Mrs.) 


67 


i Lydia G. 


Gurdon C. 

(.iURDOX S. 

Rufus 


67 
67 
67 


Archibald, 
Adelia 
Almond T. 


Alvord, 




Bernard 


Louisa M. 


336 


Bernard 


Anderson, 




Thomas 


Ansel B. 


49 


Arnold, 


Clarissa E. 


148 


Benjamin F 


Daniel 


48 


Denham 


Daniel 


49 


Sarah 


Elizabeth D. 


49 


Ashley. 


George 


149 


Benjamin 


Harriet A. 


49 


Charlotte 


.. Hepzibah C. 


49 


Cora 1. 


John 


48 


Dexter D. 


John 


49 


Editii M. 


Jua A. 


149 


Eli 


JuUa A. 


49 


Elijah 


Julia H. 


49 


Elisha 


Lydia (Mrs.) 


48 


Eliza J. 


Martha E. 


49 


Ella 


Sarah C. 


49 


Ellen S. 



PAOE. 

49 



143 

272 

51 
51 

260 

250 
251 
251 
251 
250 
251 

171 

140 

410 
313 

152 
153 
152 
153 
152 

391 
391 
307 

209 
310 
218 
219 
219 
218 
210 
163 - 
219 
71" 
219 



CHAMPIOX GENEALOGY, 



483 



t- 



NAME. 

Elsie M. 
Eunice 
Hanxah 
Harriet 
Henrietta 
Hervey M. 
Homer [C] 
Julia C. 
Lucy 31. 
Luveni F. 
Mabel F. 
Robert C. 

"\VlLLIA3I 

William D. 

Atkins, 
Abigail 

Atkinson, 
Caleb 

Atwafer, 

Lois 
Avert/, 

Abby B. C. 

Adelbert 

BEXJA3IIN 

Benjamin 
Benjamin 
Beriah 
Burr 
Cordelia 
Ezra J. 
George W. 
Harrison 

ISABELLE H. 

Jonx 
Mary 
Mary A. 

Nancy 
Robert S. 
Sarah A. 
Sarah E. 
Thomas W. 

Ayer, 

Cyrus 

Daniel 

Daniel 

Daniel 

Esther 



PAGE. 

219 

218 
209 
210 
. 210 
219 
.218 
219 
219 
219 
219 
210 
218 
219 

351 

397 

95 

154 

lOG 
105 
105 
106 
105 
105 
105 
105 
48 
105 
111 
154 
106 
154 
197 
154 
105 
154 
106 

34 

34 
34 
34 
34 



NAME. 

John 

Lebbeus 

Mary 

Aylsiforth, 
Julia 

'Babcock, 
Jolm R. 
Maria 
Robert 
Sarah E. 
Silas 

Barhc, 
Lydia 

Backus, 

Henry 

Sarah 
Baco)i, 

Almon 

Asa 

Asa 

Epaphroditus C. 

Francis 

Frederick A. 

Frederick A. 

Katherine 

Nelson A. 

Bagley, 

Sarah 
Bailey, 

Gilbert 

Mary 

Mary E. 

Sophia 
Balcom, 

Amy C. 

Jaraiah A. 

John A. 

John H. 

Lynn 
Baldwin, 

Ann C. 

Arthur 

Harvey H. 

Julia 

Marcus 

Marcus 



PAGE. 

34 
34 
34 

69 

126 
141 
141 
126 
126 

298 

349 
293 

50 
800 
300 
303 
341 
339 
341 
361 

50 

37 

67 

138 

67 

184 

264 
264 
264 
364. 
264 

335 
152 
152 
152 
152 
152 



484: 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



XAME. 

Mary A. 

Roljert 

William 

Ball 

Asa R. 
Jomiraa 

Bancroft. 

Arthur L. 
Coleman 
Helen L. 
Louis 

Bangs, 

Edward F. 
Eliza 

Freeman S. 
Joseph 
Laura S. 
Martha 
Sabrah E. 

Bant a, 

Elizabeth 

Barber, 

Patience 
Richard F. 
SrsA>- 

Barbour, 
Ellen G. 
Henry Gr. 
Henry S. 
John H. 
Mary 
Paul H. 

BarJcer, 
Lucy 

Barnes, 
Abigail 

Barns, 
Julia 

Barr, 

Gertrude 
Justus 
Justus 
Lovina 

Barrett, 

Margaret 



PAGE. 

130 
152 
335 

74 
74 

166 
166 
166 
166 1 

] 
209! 

208' 

208' 

208 

209 

208! 

208 

249 

325 

184 
184 

361 
361 
361 
361 
361 
361 

373 

36 



154 



NAME. 

Barron, 

Cecelia J. 

Bar rows, 

Hklkx M. 

Henry A. 
Bartholonieic, 

Mary 

Pamela 

Bartlelt, 

lehabod 
LUC'Y 

I Lucy D. 

I Sarah 

' Barton, 
Etta 

Frederick C. 
John 
Joseph 
Joseph 

, Basset, 
Amos 
Elnalhan 
James 
Nathan 

Basije. 

Henry C. 

Batcher, 

Alfred C. 
Hamilton F. 

Bates. 

Abigail 

Alpha 

Edward 

Julia 

Louisa 

^Margaret ^ 

Mary 
I [Nlehitable 

j William 

Bath rick. 
Abigail 
Anna 
Anna L. 
Cassandra E. 
Catherine S. 
Daniel D. 



225 

151 
154 

360 
361 

366 
306 
164 
370 

258 
258 
306 
258 
258 

298 
320 
320 
272 

257 

113 
113 

273 
272 
143 
143 
143 
143 
273 
94 
143 

135 
135 
135 
135 
136 
135 



CHAMPION CEXEALOGY. 



485 



XAME. 

Danipl D. T. 
E(]«ard W. 
Electa L. 
p:iizabeth C. 
Elizabeth C. 
Emma E. 
Esther 
Fanny M. 
Florence A. 
Frank :^I 
Frank T. 
Friend W. 
Friend W. 
Helen L. 
Israel C. 
John 
John H. 
John H. 
Lilian E. 

Lydia C. 

3Iartha A. 

Martin 

Martin 

Martin H. 

Jlary B. 

Mary R. 

Minnie A. 

Nellie M. 

Noah b. 

Reuben C. 

Susan A. 

Susan C. 

TlIOilAS 

Thomas 
William J. 

Batten, 
Urania 

Beach, 

Enimeline 

Beats, 

Avoline C. 
Caroline A. 
David 
Emma J. 
Horatio 
Horatio C. 
John D. 



PAGE. 

135 

134 i 

135 j 
186] 
135! 
^35} 
135 
135 
135 
135 
134 
134 

134 I 
136 I 
133, 

135 i 
135 I 

134 i 

135 j 
134 

35 
183 
134 
134 
134 
135 
134 
13(} 
135 
134 
134 

35 
133 
135 



347; 

I 
262 

155 

155 

69 

69 

155 

155 

70 



NAME. 

Levi 

Lucinda R. 
Marian 
Mary E. 
Morell B. 
Oliver B. 
Oliver W. 

Bcik; 

Edward F. 
John W. 

Beckirith, 
. Allen 
Anion C. 
Anna 
\ Christina 

Dan 
i eusiieba 

Elisheba (Mrs 

Emma 

Esther 

Esther A. 

Geokoeann'A 

Hiram 

Isbon T. 

Job 

Joseph 

Josiah 

Julia 

Maliala 

Marcia 

Mary 

Mary A. 

Matthew 

Matthew 

Nathan 

Niles C. 

Phebe 

Richard 

Ruel 

Selinda 

Titus 

Virginia 

WlI.l.IAM 

William W. 



PAOE. 

155 
155 
69 
155 
70 
69 
69 

208 

208 



Beehe, 

Anna B. 
Carrie 



198 
119 
365 
119 
118 
89 
85 
198 
119 
137 
189 
137 
137 
865 
58 
128 
119 
58 
69 
272 
128 
32 
'85 
365 
137 
374 
119 
119 
119 
137 
137 
137 
137 

113 
113 



486 



CnAMPIOX GEXEALOaY. 



NASIK. 


P^GE. 




KAME. 


Clara 


113 




. Dorothy 


Fanny- 


204 




Elijah 


Ida M. 


113 




Henry 


John T. 


113 




Henry 


John T. 


113 




Henry 


Mary 


325 




Jane 


Mary A. (Mrs.) 


113 




Jedediah 


Kuth 


58 




John 


\Villia:m H. 


113, 




Love 


Bcecher, 






Mary 


Sopiiia 


153 




Mary (Mrs.) 


Beers, 






Pliebe 


Hannah 


390 




Phebe 


Sarah 


261 




Rose 
Rose 


Bcever. 


^ _ . 1 




Sarah 


John 


131 

1 




Sarah 


Bdden, 


i 




Sarah 


Amos 


14S 




Thankful 


M.VKY 


148 










Benton. 


Bell, 






Horatio 


Charles H. 


333 




Mary 


Elizabeth 


2-24 




Helen 


333 


Bcrges. 








-Melissa 


Berne nt. 












Bcrtinrrl. 


Clarence E. 


379 




Arminda, 


Constance 


379 




Helen 


379 


B, 


'rri/, 
Carrie E. 


Benard, 








Anna M. 


150 


Best, 








Charles V. 


Benedict, 






Emma A. 


Carrie A. 


63 




John S. 


Louise S. 


378 












Luellie C. 


Napoleon 


63 










Orville H. 


Ray M. 


63 












William 0. 


Benford, 
Noah J. 


72 


Bettinger. 








Madelana 


Noah J. 


72 










Betts. 


Benjamin, 






Samuel 


Mary A. 


184 










Be 


'vin. 


Bennett, 






Isaac 


Abigail 


28 












Mercy 


Alonzo 


265 






A^-^■A E. 


265 


Bickford, 


Caleb 


27 




Dolly 


Caleb 


27 


Bicknell 


Caleb 


27! 




George J. 



27 
27 
28 
28 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
28 
28 
27 
28 
2T 
27 
27 
27 

346 
346 

250 

322 

40& 

106 
106 

loe 

106 
106 
106 

140 

80 

245 
245 

405 

406 



CHAMl'ION GEN EALOGY, 



NA.ME. 

Bigelow, 

Frank B. 
Frank B. 

Billings, 

Judah 
Bingham, 

Alice M. 

Samuel T. 

Bishop, 

ABKJlHAM 

Abraham 
John 

Black, 

Mary A. 

Blair, 
Sara 

Blaisdell, 
Jenivie 

Blake, 

Fanny L. 

Blakesley, 

LOKINDA 

Bland, 
Ellen 

Blcrriug, 
Sadie 

Blinn, 

Eliza E. 
George H. 

Blish, 

Henry M. 

Bliss, 

Chester 
Ellas J. 
Elisha 

Frederick S. 
Randolph S. 
Sally W. 
Willi \M M. 
William M. 

Bloom, 

Maria R. 

Boardman, 
Eliza C. 
Martha 



206 
206 

38 

188 
188 

37 
37 
37 

370 



NAME. 

Bochner, 
Fred E. 

Boge, 

AlTlELIA 

Mary 

BoUes, 

Catherine M. 
Mary E. 

Bolt, 

Lizzie 

Bolter, 
Clara 
James 



294 



91 



3V, 



126 

153 

i 

403: 

317 
817 

136 



Bolton, 

Jonathan 

Bonneij, 

Benjamin 

Boomhons, 
.Mary 

Boone, 
Philip 



Booth, 

John F. 
Sarah 
Sarah E. 
Wilson 

Boothe, 

ROXANA 

Bortel, 

William 



Boicen, 
Aldric 
Alice 
Amelia 
Annis 
Deville 
Devolson 
George 
So rah 
Simeon 

272 Boirker, 

Augusta 

311 Boijd, 
210 ^lary 



354 

354 

200 

354 

354 

354 

310 

310 



48T 

PAGE. 

134 

171 
171 

130 
344 

129 

360 
3G0 

395 

207 

136 

134 

65 
846 
355 
855 

164 

147 

142 
142 

142 
142 
142 
142 
142 
142 
142 

so' 

407 



488 

Boycr, 

Amanda 

Eliieivtta 

Joseph 

Boy >i ton, 

Agnes il. 

Brcibrook, 

Mary A. (Mrs.) 

Braddock. 

A.VSEL 

Bradccn, 
Sarali 
Bradford. 

Ai-uiine B. 
■ Bradbij. 

3IarvA; 
William H. H. 
Brainard, 
Ab.ner 
Aruasa 
Chevkrs 
David ^V. 
Deborah 
Elizabeth 
Emily 
Joshua 
Loraiiy 
Lucretia 
Martha 
Mary E. 
Mary M. 
Mcn-ris M. X. 
Prudeuce 
Sarah 
Stephen 
Branch, 
J.J. 
Jesse 
Russell C. 
Wellington 
Brazre, 

Roxania 
Breirer, 

Charlotte M. 
Brewster. 

Elizabeth 



CHAMPIOX 


G EXE A LOGY. 


PAGE. 


i KAME. 




; Brifjrjs. 


254 


' Eugene 


131 


Hannah 


2.54 


Maria 




i William 


62 


Brighani. 




Addie C. 


130 


Axsjx M. 




AUSTIX 


132 


Don F. 




Lj-dia (Mrs.) 


219 


Mariah 




William 


205 


Brockirai/. 


Deborah 




Elias 


190,' 


Hannah 


190 


Slargaret (-Airs.) 




Sarah 


40 i 


Wolstou 


367 


Wolston 


367 


Bronsoi. 


65 


Ira 


277 


Isaac C. 


40 


Jeriisjia 


331 


:\rarv J. 


077 


*■ 


^" Brool:^. 


69 
367 


Clinton S. 




Irvin 


367 




65 
367 

65 
303 


Lovisa 


Sackett T. 


Samuel C. 


Scott I. 


277 


Smith A. 


Q — Brooutdh. 




Elizalieth A. 


319 ^'■''"■"- -, 


319 


Amelia L. "^ ■ 


319 


Amos H. 


319 


Btt.-^ey H. ,, 




Cyrus 


151 


Darius 


Effie V. 




Elmina 


3:34 


Eliza 




Gilbert 


209 


Haimah 



132 
31 
55 
31 

256 
168 
255 
255 
168 
271 
168 

36 
195 
31 
36 
365 
31 
36 

367 
352 
3«3 
352 

168 
245 
113 
168 
168 
168 
168 

407 

229 
145 
272 

37 

53 
169 
145 
360 
171 

28 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



489 



NAME. 

HuVibard 

Jennie E. 

Marian 

Martha 

Rebecca 

Richard 

Rulh 

Sarra 

Steplien 

Thomas 

William H. 

Broicnell. 
Laura C. 

Broicning, 
Frank H. 
John W. 
John W. 
Louise C. 

Bruce, 

Mary E. 

Brijant. 

Bruce B. 

Cliarh'3 F. 

Ebenezer 

Francis L. 

Mary S. 
Bryce, 

David 

Eliza 

Buck, 

Aholiab 

Luvia 
Buckler, 

Louise 

Buckley, 
James 

' Budd, 

Eli W. 
Jolm W. 
Joseph C. 
Joseph C. 
Miriam 8. 
Buel, 
Jesse 

BuelL 

Elizabeth 



NAME. 

Eunice 

Ira 

Mehitable 

Ozias 

Solomon 

Bulkeley, 
y- Anna A. 

Epaphroditus 

Gershom 

Henry 

Henry C. 

Henry C. 

Jennette H. 

John 

Mary 

Mary 

N. A. 

ROCtER 

Sv>i»bia L. 

"WiLLIAil 

Bull, 

Amos 
Charlotte T. 

Bullock, 
Adam 
Joel 
RuiK 

Ruic (Mrs.) 
SaUy 

Bum}), 
Mary 

Bunch, 

George W. 
:\lina M. 
Roy 

Bunting, 
Mary J. 
William 

Burch. 

Ladusky 

Burcklcy, 

Margaret 
118 Pt^ter 

Burdick, 
2~ri Father 



PAOK. I 

372 
53 
318 
V2'2 
174 
397 
337 
408 
14o 
171 
273 

135 

307 
307 
307 
307 

110 

108 
108 
108 
108 

ai8 

320 
320 

344 
330 

190 

57 

400 
400 
331 
400 
331 



PAGK. 

273 
273 
373 



353 
389 
389 
305 
300 
30G 
353 
289 
3>^9 
351 
306 
289 
306 
289 

803 
303 

372 
148 
148 
148 
319 

117 

73 
73 
73 

370 
370 

54 

107 

lot 

196. 



490 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY 



NAME. 

Burgess, 
Lucy 
Mary McK. 

Biirhijte, 

Betsey 
Burnett, 

Mary 

Burns, 

Juliette 

Burritf, 

Emma 
Burroiigh, 

John 

Sarah 

Burtat, 
Lucy 

Bush, 

Triphena 

Bushnell, 
Elisha 

Butler, 

Frederick R. 

LiLLIE L. 

Susau 
Butte ru-orth, 

Abigail 

John 

. Byers, 

Hannah 

Cady, 

Betsey 

Olive 
Caffeen, 

Susanna 
Campbell, 

Eugene K. 

George A. 

Henry 

Mary A. 

William 

William 
Carey, 

Mary 
Carleton, 

Bertha 



NAME. 

Edmund 

Mab.4 

Mary 

Spencer 

Carlisle, 

James 

Marie S. 
Carpenter. 

Addie D. 

Julia E. 

Octavia L. 
I Samuel 

Carr, 

Lewis 
, Carrington, 

Henrietta B. 
: Miles 

Carter, 
Ann 

Frank \V. 
Rodman 

Cary, 

Elizabeth 

Case, 
- Gaylord 
Lucy 
Sally L. 
Zenos 

easier, 

Elizabeth 

Frederick 

Jacob 

Jennie 

Mary 

Rufus 

Cass, 
223 ' Charles 
223 - Deborah W. 
248 Ellen 

186 Lewis 

1^-^ Cassedy, 

400 Francis B. 

Kate M. 
30") ; Jiaud G. 

j Mortimer H. 
157 Mortimer H. 



358 
354 

133 

1 
I 

173 

59 

374 

307 
397 

250 i 

94 

i 

93; 

i 

80: 

80 

300^ 

398 
398 

315 

98 

68 

331 



PACE 

156 
157 
157 

.157 

109 
109 

219 
130 
155 
219 

341 

325 
325 

373 
128 
256 

334 

90 

320 

91 

91 

187 
187 
187 
187 
187 
141 

335 
299 
335 
335 

172 
171 
171 
171 
172 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



491 



NAME. 

Snsan M. 

Catlin, 

Abigail 

Canlk'in>i, 
David 
Herbert M. 

ChadbouDie, 
Jacob 
Sarah A. 

Cliadicick. 
Daniel 
Daniel 
Edward 
Elizabeth 
Ella F. 
Esther 
Ezra 
Ezra L. 
Frances A. 
Guy 

Hannah (Mrs.) 
Harriet A. 
Hepzibah 
Jerusha 
John M. 
Mary 
Mary 
Nancy M. 
Phebe 
Keuben 
Richard 
Sarah A. 

Chaffee, 

Helen 

Richard T. 
C'hamherluiii, 

Helen M. 

Chainplain, 
Erastus 
Frederick E. 
Henry L. 
Richard M. 
Richard W. 
William 

Champlin, 

Elizabeth P. 



PAGE. ' ^ 


AME. 


171 Ch< 


ipct. 


1 


Leny 


273 


Lucy 




P. E. 


jg.^ ChajiJitan, 


71 


Abigail 




Frank 




James H. 


212 


T 1 • 




Julius 


212 




Lois 




Otis 


45 e/i 


ase, 


136 


George 


.1^ Ch 


eever. 


19o 


Sarah 


250 




J ^9 Chelas, 


54 


Mary E. 


54 Cheney 


55 


Louis R. 


119 Chittenden, 


45 


Mary 


•^4 Ch 


risflieb. 


45 


David R. 


45 

1 


Jacob 


1321 


Le Roy C. 


49 


Lucy E. 


54 




55 C^' 
142 


2ihb}iek, 


Clare . 


55 Ch 


ureh. 


- 21 , 


Elsie 


55 1 


John De W. 


i 


John De W. 


344' 


Lulu 


344 Clai'Jc, 




Abraham 


i 


Anna 


339 






Anna E. 




Augustus H 


571 


A 


731 • 


Champion 


73; 


Charles H. 


73 1 


Charlotte 


72 1 


Clarissa 


72 


Dan 




Deborah 


364! 


Elijah 



137 
151 
410 

237 
169 
135 
94 
130 
204 

405 

835 

405 

314 

30 

370 
370 
370 
370 

349 

192 
192 
193 
192 

50 
243 
318 

50 
243 

35 

75 

50 
343 

35 
397 

35 



492 



CHAMPION genp:alogy. 



Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Erastus E. 

Ethel 

Flora 31. 

Fraxk E. 

Frank E. 

Frank E. 

Franklin 

George D. 

Hannah 

Harriet A. 

Helen L. 

Henry A. 

Henry T. 

Hezekiah B. 

Howard \V. 

Ida B. 

James 

James A. 

Jennie 

Jerusha 

John 

John 

John 

John D. 

John W. 

Josiah 

Julia 

Julius G. 

Lucy M. 

Lurara 

Mabel A. 

Margaret B. 

Margaret S. 

Mary 

Nancy 

Nathaniel 

Phebe 

Robert E. 

Robert E. 

SA^njEL 

Samuel 

Sarah 

Sarah 

Sarah 

Sarah J. 

Seth 



PAGE. 

35 
843 
50 
75 
190 
190 
190 
373 
373 
190 
354 
243 
373 
50 
155 
243 
373 
208 
243 
243 
75 
78 
122 
143 
243 
318 
318 
50 
243 
208 
169 
50 
373 
50 
50 
243 
142 
35 
35 
75 
75 
35 ' 
35 
35 
43 
245 
318 
169 



NAME. 

Susan 
I Wealthy 

AVilliani 
' William D. 
\ William N. 

William P. 

William R. 

William S. 
Clarke. 

Elizabeth 
I Freeman 

Harriet 
I L. Ward 
I IVlary G. 

Sanford M. 
CI art/. 

Eliza A. 
Clayton , 

Cornelia J. 

William 
Cleavfkuid, 
<■ Aaron 

Frances A. 

Julius M. 

Mary E. 

Moses 

Clement, 

Ann 

Anstruss 
\ Isaac 

Isaac 

Joseph C. 

Clements. 
Eviiiette 
Harriet 

Clerc. 

Laurent 
Sarah 

Clongh, 

Almond J. 
Amelia V, 
Amos M. 
Carrie JM. 
ClaiM E. 
David T. 
Ephkaim 



PAGE. 

142 
243 
397' 
318 
373 
318 
75 
50 

327 

327 
375 
327 
327 
157 

216 

91 
91 

291 
292 
292 
307 

291 

398 
264 
398 
398 
398 

331 
331 

311 
311 

159 
159 
159 
159 
159 
159 
158 



i 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



I? 



NAME. 

Epliraim T. 
Frederick B. 
Fulton 
Henry J. 
Jennie E. 
John B. 
John M. 
Jonathan B. 
Jonathan W 
Joseph H. 
Lucj'ette 
Meninon 
Nelson M. 
Rose M. 
Ruth A. 
Salmon 
Samuel H. 
Solon D. 
Solon G. 
William J. 

Coates, 

Martin 
Cocks. 

James 

Coffin, 
Ada 
Amniel 
Calvin W. 
Cassius S. 
Edward 
Edward H. 
Eliza 

Elzabeth C. 
Henry E. 
John 
John A. 

LUCRETIA 

Mary (Mrs.) 
IMary E. 
Oscar F. 
Willard A. 
William R. 
Co it, 

Abigail 
Billings 
Boradill 
Cordelia E. 



PAGE. 

159 

loy 

159 
159 
159 
159 
159 
159 
158 
159 
159 
159 
159 
159 
159 
158 
159 
159 
159 
159^ 

195; 

404' 

370 
373 
370 

370 
369 
370 
98' 
370 
370 
369 
370 
373 
373 
370 
370 
370 
370 

310 
217 
197 
217 



NAUE. 

John 

i Colby, 
■ Ada 

Triphene 

Abner 
Ann E. 
Carleton B. 
Charles J. 
Francis W. 
Hannah 
Ricliard H. 
Sara B. 

Coleman, 
Mary 

Collins. 

David C. 
Elizabeth C. 
Grace L. 
Lloyd M. 
Clarion 
^lary 
Rachel 
Samuel 
Timothy D. 
William 

Colt, 

WilliaTn 

Col ton, 

Amelia G. 

Dimond 

Dimond 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth A. 

Justin 

Lydia C. 

Moses F. 

Simeon 

Simeon 

Sophia F. 

Combs, 

Stephen 
William S. 

Compton, 

Henrietta 



493 

PAGE. 

310 

168 
148 

360 

228 
228 
3C0 
300 
207 
360 
360 

369 

356 
153 

208 
268 
356 
208 
397 
397 
268 
268 

272 

204 
204 
204 
204 
204 
204 
204 
204 
204 
204 
204 

403 

403 

149 



494 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



Name, 
Com stock. 
Abigail 
Aid R. 
Charles J. 
Ebon C. 
Ebenezer W 
Ebenezer "W. 
Eleonora E. 
Eugene 
Founer W. 
Harrison 
Joseph "\V. 
Joshua 
Juliet A. 

LOVINAH 

Mary J. 

Phelps E. 

Rebecca 

Robert 

Robert P. 

Ro5\veU J. 
Co7ia)ii, 

Madeline 

William S. 
Conairay. 

Nancy 
Cone, 

Clara M. 

Emeliue 

Henry 

Henry F. 

Joseph H. 

Lilian C. 

Lydia 

Sally 
Congdon. 

Deua 

Sandford 
Conger, 

Lydia 
Conine, 

Anna M. 

Carrie J. 

Cora B. 

George A. 

George W. 

Leonard P. 



28 
58 
57 
57 
56 

. 57 
57 
57 
57 

248 
58 
56 
57 

260 
57 
57 

260 

26U 
57 
58 

62 

207 

402 

323 
111 
195 
323 
323 
323 
56 
59 

367 
367 

158 

76 
76 
75 
75 
75 
75 



KAME. 

Conklia, 

Julia E. 

Robert D. 
Conkling. 

Ellen R. 

Nathaniel 
ConnoUij, 

Bernard 
Converse, 

Melora :M. 
Cool; 

Charles 

Charles M. 

Clara 

George P. 

Lloyd M. 

Lois R. 

Mabel 

Mary 

Mary E. 

Nannie E. 

Salome P. 

Sarah L. 

William C. 
Cool. 

Jacob 
Cooley, 

Rebecca 

Rebekah 
Cooines, 

Elias 

Elias F. 

Frederick C. 

James K. 

Josephine K. 

Maud S. 
Coons, 

John H. 

Maria 
Cooper, 

Cliarles M. 

Joseph W. 

Peter 

Samuel C. 

CopeUuuh 
Elviza 



185 

185 

137 

137 

367 

61 

166 
166 
166 

78 
166 
166 
166 

78 
166 
104 
251 
166 
166 

367 

204 
215 

209 
209 

209 
209 
209 
209 

319 
99 

157 
397 

88 
397 

407 



CHAMPION GENEALOGV 



495 



NAME. 

;Margaret 

Corbin. 

Andre \\' J. 
Maniie 
Maria (Mrs.) 
Philetus 

Corey, 

Hannah 

CorMte. 

WiLUAM 

Corliss, 
Da\-id 
Susan 

Corning. 
Edward 
Ellen D. 
Frederick G. 
J. Leonard 
James L. 

Cornwalh 
Jernsha 
Mary (:Mrs.) 
Sabra E. 

Corwin, 
Eleanor, 

Cotton, 

Eliza W. 
Coulterer, 

Covert, 

Eleanor J. 

Cowing. 

Laura 
Cou'les, 

Loren S. 

Mattie 

Craft, 

Edward E. 
Joseph L. 
Joseph L. 
Victor L. 

Craiidall, 
Emily B. 
Frances 



NAME. 

Crane, 

Aaron G. 
Augustus 
Eliza 
Julia 
Mary 
Silas 

Virginia E. 
293 • Crapser, 

Cyrcna 
John 
John M. 
] Jose]>hine 
215 Crary, 

Leonard P. 
Mary C. 
Sallv 



370 

146 
261 
146 
146 



141 



215 



344 

344 
344 
344 
344 



Crippen, 
Vienna 



367 
3(35 
130: 

65 
290 



Crocker, 
John 
Crool-fiite. 
Ella 
Harriet 
Henry 
John 
Cross, 
Eliza 
John 
i John 
397 Sarah A. 

Croirl, 
24G Francis 

Minerva 

2'23 Cinnniiugs, 
Betsy 
Harriet L. 
Minnie T. 

Curtice, 

Elizabeth 

Curtis. 

Jeremiah \V 

Curtiss, 
Jacob S. 

50 Cushinan, 
127 Adella N. 



253 

2.-)3 

207 
207 
207 
207 



326 
344 
91 
844 
243 
243. 
326 

92 
92 
92 
92 

320 
320 
154 

47 

32 

167 
167 
167 
167 

367 
197 
367 
197 

79 

79 

120 

80 

248 

283 

321 

248 

319 



r^' 



49G 



CHAMPION GEXEALOGY 



XAME. 

Celia 
]\Iaiy 
Oliver 
Cutler. 
Lucy 
Pliny 

Dale, 

Marietta 

Dales, 
Sarah 

Daley, 
Auna 

Dancij, 

Edward C. 
Edward D. 
Fraucis L. 
Francis L. 
Lucy 
Sallie F. 

Daniels 

Abigail 
Sarah E. 

Dare, 
Jesse 
Sarah J. 

Darrin. 
^ Abel 

Abraoi 
Alanson 
Alishaba 
^ Aliuira 
Betsey M. 
Charles 
Charles 
Daniel 
Daniel 
Deborah 
Elisheba 
Henry 
Judson 
Lydia 
Lydia M. 
Margaret A. 
Mary 
Ozias 
Pamelia 



PAGE. ' 


NAM2. 


PAGE. 


319 


Pamelia 


90 


319 


Sully 


90 


319 


Sarah 


89 




Seba 


88 


256 


Seba 


89 


256 


Seba A. 


90 




Susannah 


89 




Zeruah 


89 


135 


[See also Durham.] 




_^ Darroiv, 


* 


146 


Albert G. 


197 




Cornelia K. 


197 


260 jjart, 






Druiilla 


289 


230 


Mary 


207 


230 


Mary M. 


144 


230 


Susan 


171 


230 


Daru-iu. 




230 


I- Abigail 


30 


230, 


Daniel 


30 


1 


Daniel 


30 


48^ 


Ebenezer 


30 


170; 


Ephraini 


30 




Mary 


30 


373 

373; 

1 


Noah 
Stephen 

[See also Damn.] 


30 
30 


89 
90 


Dai- id son. 




Nannie P. 


407 


89 


Davis. 




89 


Alonzo 


172 


90 ] 


Alonzo C. 


173 


89 1 


Andrew M. 


57 


901 


Annie F. 


355 


90i 


Benjamin W. 


57 


90 


Bessie 


173 


94 


Catherine 


isa 


90 


Dell 


79 


89 


Elsie 


172 


89 


Emanuel 


79 


89 


Eva 


172 


89 


Flety :M. 


73 


90 


George 


408 


90 


Georgl\ a.. 


223 


94 


Gertrxide L. 


57 


90 


Joanna 


156 


89 


Leon 


im 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY, 



497 



I 



NAME. 

Mary C. 
Scott A. 
"Williatii II. 

Davi-'<on, 

Benjamin 
Lydia ^l. 
Sarah M. 

Davoll, 
Julia 

4 

Day, 

Cliailes A. 
Oliver 

SusA>' 

Dcgrast. 
Pkter 

Albert E. 
Henry C. 

IlEZEKlAH 

Josiah II. 
Liisia ^I. 
Victoria 

DeLo>i(j. 
Charles 
Charles C. 

Dentine/, 

Abigail C. 

Adelaide 

Adelaide L. 

Alice 

Anna 

Asa 

Betsey 

Betsy 

Charles 

Charles C. 

Charles J. 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte E. 

Clarence 

Clarissa 

Clarissa B. 

Clarissa C. 

David 

David 

32 



PAGE. 


NAME. 


PAGE. 


32S 


David 


271 


73 


David 


273 


223 


David 


272 




David 


273 


135 
13.-, 
135 


David 

Deniice 


292 
273 


Dorothy 
Dudley B. 


288 
345 




Eleazur 


272 


55 


Elizabeth 


272 




Elizabeth 


345 


134 


Ennna D. 


304 


lt)7 


Frederick 


303 


174 


Frederick 


M5 


1 


Frederick 


345 


249 


Harriet 


273 




Harriet T. 


293 




Henry 


273 


go; 


Henry 


273 


60 , 


Henry C. 


311 


59 , 


Henry C. 


313 


60 


John 


271 


60; 


John H. 


345 ' 


60 


Jonathan 


272 


' 


Jonathan A. 


293 


108; 


Julia A. 


347 


108 


Julia C. 


345 




Julius 


287 


203 


Julius 


288 


340 


Julius 


347 


304 


Laurent C. 


313 


272 


Lavinia 


273 


2731 


Louisa 


303 


273 j 


Lucretia 


288 


273 


Mary 


272 


373 


Mary 


273 


288' 


]Mary 


272 


313 


i\Iary 


273 


346 


]\Iary 


288 


346 1 


Mary (Mrs.) 


271 


346! 


iVlary G. 


343 


303! 


Mar} S. 


313 


3481 


:\Iary T. 


310 


305' 


Mary W. 


349 


303 i 


Nelson L. 


346 


345: 


Powning (Puwnal) 


272 


271 


Prudence 


373 


271 


Robert C. 


349 



49S 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



NAME. 

Sarah E. 
Sophia 
William 
Williatn 
William C. 

Dcnisou. 
Ann 
Celia 
Charlotte 
Ekastus 
Era St us 
Erastiis 
James 
Phebe 
Sophia 
Stephen C. 

Derby, 

Delivfrance 
Zemira 

DeWolf, 

Alice (Mrs.) 
Balthazar 
Benjamin 
Deborah 
George W. 
Hannah (^Irs.) 
Hepzibah C. 
Jeremiah W. 
John A. 
:Mary C. 
Ro;:er W. 
Sophrouia C. 
Stephen 
Stephen 
Susaxna 
Winthrop J. 

BcYor. 

Belle S. 

Peter 
Dibble. 

Betsey 

Charlts 

Fanny 

Helen A. 

John P. 

John P. 



PAGE. 1 


NAME. 


C44 


Mary A. 


273 


Richard 


303 
345 
346 


Dickson. 
^lary 




Dlmoml. 


127 


William 


127 ' 


Discombe. 


127 


Eliza A. 


127 


James H. 


127 


Dixon, 


127 


Benjamin 


12/ 


Cynthia L. 


127 


Phebe 


74 
127 


Doane. 


JIary E. 


2.')o 
255 


Dodge, 
Anna 
Harriet B. 


29 
29 
37 


Mary W. 
AVilliam B. 

Doc, 


28 


Nancy B. 


79 


Donaldson, 


37 


Eugene 


1 i 


Dorr, 


49 


Abraham 


49 


Alice M. 


49 


Bertha E. 


49 


Edith L. 


49 


Edward 


37 


Elisha P. 


37 


Elsie M. 


29 


George 


49 


Harriet E. 


85 


Harriet L. 




Israel 


166 


Laura A. 


89 


Lizzie C. 




Mary- 


237 


Matthew 


378 


Matthew C 


237 


Nelson 


378 


Samuel 


237 


William 


237 


-Wilhs C. 



PAGE. 

191 
237 

265 

410 

216 
216 

67 
67 

58 

263 

74 
198 
198 
198 

406 

170 

50 

174 

174 

174 

44 

55 

174 

174 

51 

51 

51 

51 

55 

126 

51 

51 

174 

174 

59 

55 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY 



409 



NAME. 

Dotfrrer, 
Davis H. 
Margictta W. 

Douglas, 

Lucy 
Douglass, 

Luciiida 
Dow, 

Sallie 

Doicu, 

Albert 

Champion 

George 

Mary A. 

May 

Milton 

IMlraiida 

Robert 

Samuel 

AVilliani 

Dou')ier, 
Elsie M. 
Horatio B. 
John P. 

Doicning, 
Polly 

Doyle, 

Lizzie T. 

Drake, 

Mehetable 

Joseph 

Polly 

Drew, 
Ann 
James 
4 John 
Joseph 
Lois 
Peter 
Sarahette 

Druse, 

Elizabeth 

Dudleij, 

Mehitable 

Duncan, 

Catherine 



350 
350 

332 

170 

2G1 

131 
131 
131 
131 
131 
131 
131 
131 
131 
131 

80 
SO 
SO 

51 

135 

152 

408 
408 

88 
88 
88 
88 
88 
88 



159 

277 

53 



NAMK. 

Jolm 
Lucy 
Sally 
Thomas 

DunJiani, 
Abigail 
Benajah 

Dunk, 
Lydia 
Samuel 

Du)iscoiitb. 
Godfrey 

Durant, 

Elizabeth 

Diirhatn, 
Adelia 

Alexander IL 
Caroline 
Caroline 
Catharine A. 
Catherine A. 
Champion A. 
Chaxceli-OR M. 
Charles F. 
Cynthia 
Cynthia A. 
1 Cyreua 
! Cyrena T. 
; Dtvniel :VL 
! Eliza 

Emeline 
. Ethan 
I Henry 
Isaac 
Joshua 
Kelson 
Loomis 
3Iartha J. 
Michael 
Michael 
Milton 
Milton M. 
Nancy 
Norman 
Rachel 
Rhoda 
Sally L. 



PAGE. 

i;^9 

IGG 

130 

53 

50 
50 

203 
203 

350 

87 

93 
94 
94 
94 
94 
93 
91 
180 
94 
94 
91 
93 
94 
91 
95 
91 
94 
94 
95 
91 
91 
93 
94 
90 
94 
91 
94 
91 
94 
94 
90 
93 



500 



CHAMl'IOX GEXEAT.OGY. 



NAME. 


PAGE. ■ XA.ME. 


Sarah 


94 , Ellis. 


Subriiia 


94 j Ann 


Ursula 


94 Joseph 


William H. 


94 1 Simeon 


William R. 


9^ Ehnore. 


Win field K. 


180 Joanna 


[See alx:) Dari'-in.] 


i Ely, 


Dutcher, 


Clarissa 


Elizabeth S. 


341 ! Esther 


Pailoff 


341 1 Nathan 


Dutton. 


i Silence 


Aaron 


3-5 Emery. 


Dorcas S. 


^-■' Nancy 


Dicyer, 


Emmons. 


Frances P. 


49 Noadiah 


Dyer, 


Englison. 


Adelaide F. 


. 2n "Elizabeth 


EagJnff. 


Enos. 


Harry 


400 Mary A. 


Easton, 


Eslou-. 


Abner J. 


^l'^ Edward L. 


Elizabeth 


fl6 Eleanor 


Giles 


317 Seymour C 


Giles C. 


317 T.E. 


Harinou V. B. 


316 , ^ 


Hattie L. 


.,,o Esmond. 


Jason C. 


o-,-, Hannah 
oil 


Eansford P. 


-[35 Estabrook. 




Jeruslia 


Eaton, 




Nancy 


108 ^"'"•'• 




Scott 


Edmond. 






Susan 


Henry V. 


3'i5 „ , 




, Eygabroat, 


Edicci-d.-i. 


Elizabeth 


Jonathan 


309 


Jonathan 


356 Fmrchild. 


Jonathan W. 


309 ^^''^^ 


William J. 


321 Maria 


Ed son. 


Fall. 


Mark- 


IQQ Hannah 


Egbert. 


Fancher. 


Ellen W. 


360 Daniel 


John L. 


360 Danikl M. 


John L. 


360 R()sm<mdC. 


John S. 


300 


Nathan A. 


3G0 Farnham. 


William W. 


360 Eliza M. 



397 

397 
' 397 

151 

356 

- 428 

204 

204 

402 

40 

402 

320 

410 
410 
410 
410 

45 

293 

131 

51 

165 

257 

257 

330 

178 
178 
178 
118 

244 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY, 



501 



t 



i 



NAME. 


PAGB. 


FarnPiirorth , 




Oliver 


129 


Oliver 


151 


Oliver D. 


129 


Farnum, 




Lydia 


205 


Farran, 




Adelia 


403 


John 


403 


FarwcII, 




Asa 


296 


Fasneft, 




Abigail 


259 


Jasper 


259 


Fan nee. 




Luana 


76 


Fellows. 




Jane 


390 : 


-Millie L. 


i;u 


Seymour 


95 


Felt man, 




Sophia 


2-28 


Fenno, 




3Iary E. 


190 ' 

1 


Ferguson, 


1 


Annie 


126 


Elanor 


96 1 


Lucy 


101; 


Ferris, 




Eliza 


51, 


Ferry, 




Anna C. 


847 


Charlotte Le R. 


847 


E. Le Roy 


347! 


Orris S. 


347 


Field. 




Moses 


203 


Moses 


204 


Filkins, 


1 


Alice 


54l 


Alice M. 


54 


Alonzo 


54 


Anna L, 


54 


Ella 


54 


Eva 


54 


Francis M. 


54 i 



NAME. 

Francis M. 

Fred 

Hattie M. 

Ida M. 

Irving 

Jacob 

Jessie M. 

.^larshall C. 

Ray 

Ray 
Finch, 

David L. 

Eliza A. 

Elxathan 

Julia T. 

William 
Finger, 

Christina 
Finley, 

Polly I. 
Finnegan, 

Rosa A. 
Fish, 

Cornelia J. 

Irving K. 
Fisher, 

Cora :\L 

Jerome 

Prentice F. 
Fisk. 

Benjamin F. 

David 

Julia R. ^ 

Nancy C. 

Prudence L. 

Lizzie 
Flanders, 
Ella V. 
Emma J. 
Job 

Flansbnrgh, 

Eliza J. 
Flint, 

Endora O. 

Eva E. 



54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 



98 

87 

338 

87 

99 

410 

189 

69 
69 

131 
131 
131 

160 
160 
160 
160 
160 

64 

408 
408 
408 

164 

155 
155 



r 



502 



CHAMPIOX GEXEALOGV, 



NAME. 

Folia nshce . 

Katherine 
Foot, 

Frances 
Foote, 

C. C. 
3Iary 

Mary E. 

Virgil 

Winfield W. 
Footman. 

Anna D. 
Ford, 

Hannah 
Foreman, 

Sarah 
Fort. 

Jeremiah 
Forirard, 

Paith 
Foss, 

Augusta C. 
Foster, 

Frank G. 

Frederick T. 

Sally G. 
Foutch, 

Deborah J. 
y' Foivlcr. 

Cakolixe C. 

Elisha 

Frances 

I^ANK X. 

GiU)ert 

Harold N. 

Jarnes 

James 

Lilian G. 

Samuel 

Samuel J. 

Thomas S. 
Fox, 

Daniel A. 

Ezra B. 

George A. 

George P. 



253 

94 

243 
215 
372 
872 
372 

22-1 

CI 

129 

165 

215 

112 

73 

73 

161 

372 

155 
155 
333 

72 
333 
333 
332 
333 

72 
332 
333 

72 

49 

330 

49 

49 



NAME. 

Gilbert H. 
Henry E. 
Hezekiah 
Julia A. 
Francis, 
Louisa 
Mary J. 

Fran!:, 

Aurilla 
Free, 

:Mary 
Fries, 

Rachel P. 
Frost. 

Cliarles A. 

Horace C. 

Nina fl. 
Fuller. 

Carl E. 

Dora E. 

Frank 

John 

Josiah 

Justin C. 

:Mehitable 

Pamela L. 

TniOTiiY 
GaU'raitli. 

Angeline 

Emma 

John 

Ulysses 

William 
Galhtp, 

Sallie 

Slmbel 
Gait. 

:Mary 
Galusher. 

Frances 
Ganlenici . 

Elizabeth 
Gardner. 

Emma S. 

Eva M. 

Florence E. 



PAGE. 

. 330 

330 

49 

49 

316 
137 

376 

103 

159 

265 
265 
2G5 

163 
163 
163 
365 
310 
163 
365 
310 
32 

251 
251 
251 
251 
251 

141 
296 

68 



167 

106 
107 
107 



CHAMPION GKNKALOGY. 



Jemima P. 

John S. 
jMary E. 
:\lary J. 
Maude L. 
Keuben F. 
Robert L. 
Sarah E. 
\Yiniain A. 
\Villia:m p. 
William W. 

Garcij, 

]Margaret 

ViOLATA 

Gar many, 
Discombe 
Francis J. 
Frank C. 
George I.. 
George M. 
George W. 
Hamilton E. 
tloward H. 
Janie C. 
Janie C. 
Jasp" r J. 
Jean C. 
John 

Pamela L. 
Richard M. 

Gates. 

Calista 
Susannah 

• Gander n, 

Abigail 
Richard 

Gaij, 

Ahira 
Harriet L. 

Gaijlord, 
Henry 
Justus 

Justus 
LUDD 

Sarah 

GazlaHs 

Achsah M. 



PAGE. 

105 

loG 

107 

lOG 

107 

107 

107 

1'07 

107 

lOGi 

105 

259 
243 



NAME. 

H. Champion 
Henry J. 
Henry W. 
Jacob 
John 

:Mary C. 

Miles :M. 

Pearl A. 

Percival W. 

Sarah M. 

GeJden, 

Charles 
Isabella 



Getman, 
Jane 

Giddhigs, 
I Samuel 

I Sarah M. 

; Gilbert, 
i L Abby M. 
Abby M. 
Abner P. 
Albert B. 
Albert C. 
Albert W. 
Alice A. 
Alma 
Anna C. 
Anna L. 
Annah W. 
Arthur R. 
Benjamin F. 
Carter 
Cass 

Catherine I. 
Charles A. 
Charles A. 
Charles A. 
Charles C. 
Charles C. 
Charles C. 
Charles C. 
Charles C. 
Charles E. 
Charles M. 
Charles S. 
130 Cornelia B. 



2-20 
229 
229 
229 
229 

228 I L 

229 1 
229 ; 
229 I 
229 
229 ! 
229! 
328! 
229 i 
229; 

352 

277; 

70 ' 
70 

267 
2G7 

244 
244 
244 
244 
242 



503 

PACE. 

130 

130 

130 

129 

129 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

212 
212 

186 

218 
217 



297 

298 

331 

331 

328 

336 

330 

331 

327 

328 

316 

326 

330 

395 

338 

300 

336 

337 

331 

295 

295 

299 

334 

335 

326 

327 

338 

330 



504 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



JTAME. 

Daniel 
David M. 
David M. 
Edwin R. 
Edwin R. 
Elizabeth 
Elizabeth C. 
Elizabeth C. 
Ella J. 
Emily F. 
Eugene 
Frank A. 
Frank M. 
Frank M. 
Frederick 
George L. 
George O. 
Grace 
Hannah T. 
Harriet 
Harriet A. 
Henry C. 
Henry C. 
Henry C. 
Henry P. 
Homer W. 
Horace 
Ida A. 
Isabel C. 
James 
John H. 
John H. 
John N. 
John R. 
John R. 
Josiah C. 
Laura C 
I^ura L. 
Lemuel J. 
Louisa 
Lucien A. 
Lucien C. 
Lucien M. 
Lucy 

Margaret E. 
Maria L. 
Mary E. 
Mary E. 



PAGE. 


XAME. 


375 


Mary E. 


328 


Mary H. 


328 


:Mary S. 


32o 


Mary W. 


32G 


Mattic P. 


296 


Melissa A. 


. 335 


Myron A. 


300 


3Iyron R. 


327 


Nabby M. 


388 


Nora 


295 


Patience 


331 


Peyton R. 


328 


Phila 


328 


Philip 


376 


Ralph D. 


326 


Ralph P. 


296 


Reuben R. 


376 


Robert P. 


2{'8 


Roland 


329 


Rosamond 


329 


Roswell W 


326 


Russell C. 


375 


Sally D. 


376 


Samuel 


330 


Samuel 


330 


Samuel 


296 


Samuel A. 


328 


Samuel A. 


335 


Samuel A. 


376 


Samuel D. 


297 


Samuel E. 


331 


Samuel U. 


329 


Samuel S. 


295 


Samuel W. 


328 


Samuel W. 


326 


Sarah 


330 


Sarah 


297 


Sarah 


329 


Sarah A. 


327 


Sarah D. 


319 


Sarah L. 


298 


Sarah T. 


320 


Sila 


376 


Susanna P. 


338 


Sylvester 


335 


Warden W 


297 


Watson P. 


330 


Williaui A 



PAOE. 

829 

328 

338 

328 

335 

326 

320 

328 

318' 

376 

325 

293 

296 

376 

328 

32T 

325 

335 

295 

376 

328 

295 

320 

283- 

283 

338 

295 

295 

336 

326 

328 

328 

326 

329 

329 

283 

298 

300 

295 

300 

326 

297 

296 

331 

325- 

338 

335 

331 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



505 



'k 



K 



^ 



NAME. 

William A. 
William A. 
W^yllys 
Wyllys S. 
Wyllys S. 
Gildcrsleeve, 

Allen 

Charles 

Frank E. 

John P. 

Lois 

Lovina 

Thalia 

Giles. 

Edwin 
Oct AVI A M. 

Gil la I'd, 

Walter A. 

Gillett, 
Asaph 
Hannah 
Mary 
Mary A. 
Ruth 

Gilmcin, 

Sarah A. 

Glading, 

Cliristeana C. 
John 

G lea son, 

Ebenezer S. 

Mary 
Glendening, 

Jane 
Glover, 

Orl.viv'do R. 

Godfrey, 
Martha 

Godman, 

Harper C. 
James H. 
James H. 

Golden, 
Daniel 
Eliza A. 
Elizabeth 



AGE. 




XAMK. 


337 Good, 


339 


Elizabeth 


^^? Goodenoitgh, 


300 

300 

1 


Charles R. 
Ellen II. 






Ephraim 


.63' 


Harriet M. 


63; 


Henry B. 


63 j 


Lester 


63 


Sarah C. 


62 

f5;^ Goodrich, 


62 


Chauncey 


1 


Elizur 


,8' 
78 


Elizur 


Sylvia M. 


Goodirin, 


131 


Eliza 
Ruth 


251 Gorbet, 


290 


Benjamin 


297 


Charity 


2-)! 


Cora E. 


241 


Emma L. 




Ida M. 


333 


James B. 




Lucy E. 


398 
398 


Minnie R. 
Peter 
William H 


303 


Gordon, 


303 


M-^JlTHA 




Gorham, 


253 


John C. 




Julius 


170 


Reve W. 




Wilbur 


403 


GorsUne, 




Albert E. 


227 


Joseph 


227 




227 


Gosling, 




Mary 


142 


Gould, 


142 


Elvira 


402 


Fannie 



30 

253 
253 
253 
253 
253 
253 
353 

395 
394 
294 
104 

407 
406 

403 

403 

403 

403 

403 

402 

403 

403 

403' 

403 

133 

261 
261 
261 
2G1 

54 
54 

110 

113 
50 



50G 



CHAMPION' GENEALOGY 



NAME. 

Grace. 

Elizabeth M. 

William 
Graham, 

Abfgail 

Cyrus 

Elizabeth C. 

Francis 

John 

Patience 

Sarah 

Sarah 
Granger, 

Julia E. 

Justin 
Graiii-illc. 

Sophronia 

Graves, 
Clara I. 
Daniel C. 
Daniel S. 
Daniel T. 
Frances B. 
Harriet L. 
Hiram 
John S. 
JOHX S. 
Lillian E. 
Mabel S. 
Mary A. 
Natalie F. 
Ozmer D. 
Ruth 

Gray, 

Annie 

Clara 

Ellen W. 

John S. 

John W. 

Mary 

Robert W. 

Samuel 
Green, 

Clara L. 

Ella C. 

Florence L. 

Frederick D. 



101, 

101 1 

87 i 

37: 

253 

400 

2.-)3 

37 

34 

37 



221 

I 

408 

268 

268 

268 

260 

260 

260 

267 i 

260! 

267 I 

268 

208 

200 I 

2681 

268! 

120 

361 

361 

316 

316 

360, 

361 

361 

316 



XAME, 

Helen A. 

ilaria 

Mary D. 

Olive 

Rhoda A. 

Richard 

Sarah 

Sidney 

Sidney 

Greenfield, 

Elisha C. 

Ezra 

James 

James 

Katie E. A. 

Lottie A. 

Mary 

Phebe M. 

Richard W. 

Sarah M. 
Green si it, 

Lavinia 
Gregory, 

Aaron 

Cassandra 

Harvey 

Samuel 

William IL 

Gresham, 
Isabel C. 
John C. 
Katherine G. 
Louise Van H. 



Gr 



Gr 



Gr 



344 Gf 
344 

344 Gi 
344 



iffin, 
Jasper 
Sarah 

Mary J. 

Richard 

Susanna 
inelt, 

Eliza 
isby, 

Susan 
isirohi, 

Eunice 



PAGE. 

344 
188 
344 
317 
198 
343 
182 
243 
344 

48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 

242 

133 
133 
135 
135 
135 

335 
335 
335 
335 

34 
34 

■ 211 
211 
324 

316 

106 

272 



CHAMFION GENEALOGY. 



507 



NAME. 

Julia L. 

Louisa 
Matthew 

Gropf, 
Rachel 

Grossmer, 
Frederick 

Grovesteen, 

ABRAHA3I 

Daniel D. 

John D. 

Kate E. 

Nora E. 
Gminlcy, 

John F. 
Guilda, 

W. T. 
Gurnclsey, 

Martha 
Hageman, 

Emma 

Rem 

Haite, 

Elizabeth 

Hale, 

Bert C. 

Cora E. 

Fred G. 

George C. 

Harry E. 

John D. 

Samuel 

Sarah M. 
HalL 

Abby M. 

Alexander G. 

Barbara 

Cleo B. 

Eliza 

Ellen T. 

Florence G. 

Ford 

George P. 

Harrison 

Henry 

Hiram 



PAGE. 


Name. 


PAGE. 


65 


Jesse 


144 


132 


John 


146 


9 


John M. 


326 




John :\r. 


326 


129 


Joseph 


120 


i 


Leroy H. 


146 


131; 

I 


Le%vi.^ M. 


242 


Margaret E. 


120 




Mary E. 


327 


103 


Mary F. 


90 


104 


Matty 


405 


103 


Hallock\ 




104, 


Clorinda B. 


345 


104: 


Edward J. 


391 


j 
i 


Edward T. 


391 


170 


Ham, 






Abbie 


88 


134 


Casper 


88 




Casper 


88 


159 


Christina 


88 




Ezra 


88 


54 


Thankful 


88 


54 


Hammer. 






Eunice 


410 


91 


Hancoek, 






Elizabeth 


244 


186 


George 


244 


1S6 


Henry 


245 


186 


Isaac 


244 


186 


Jemima (Mrs.) 


244 


186 


Jerusha 


245 


180 
180 
186 


Jesse 


244 


John 


245 


LeRoy 


244 


Lloyd 


245 




Lottie 


244 


327 


.Mary 


245 


100 


Violata 


244 


318 


William 


244 


146 






325 


Hanger. 




327 
109 

257 


Catherine 


400 


John 


221 


Sorhia J. 


221 


120 


Hanna, 




180 


Margaret 


367 


109 


Harder, 




146 


Elizabeth 


88 



508 



CHAMPION GEXEAl.OGY, 





NAME. 




Hard lug. 




Henry 




Harloir. 




Annie M. 


i 


Artliur B. 




Geov-e F. 


i 


George W. 




Grace E. 


• 


Ralph E. 


i 


Sarah G. 




Hcn-mon, 




Ann L. 




Sarah 




Harper, 




James 




Harrington, 


-'■ - 


Harris. 




And re w 




A ndrew 




Curtis 




Frances E. 




George 




John 




Mary E. 


i 


Ruth 


\ 


Sarah A. 


1 
\ 


Harrison, 


1 


Ellen I. 


\ 


Joseph 




Olive 


i 


William H. 


i 


Hart, 


1 
i 


HULD.VH, 




Joseph 


( 

i 


Lois 




Hartshorn, 




Sarah 


\ 

1 


Haskell, 


1 


Albert A. 


' ' 


Clyde E. 


. ^ > ■ 


Oliver 


i 


Haslett, 


1 


Jane 


f 


• Hatch, 


\ .' 


Charles H 



PAGE. ■ 


NAME. 


P.4GE. , 




George H. 


398 


^^^ Haven, 






Augustus 


318 


217 j 


George A. 


318 


217 1 


George H. 


318 


217; 


Ruth 


318 


017 ■ 






Havens, 




217 


Adeline M. 


190 


217 1 


Anna A. 


170 


217 1 


Charles D. 


170 


1 


Edward 


144 


223' 


Elisha 


169 


168 


Ellen J. 


170 




Emily 


144 


71 


Endora G. 


170 




Ernest R. 


170 


96 


Francis H. 


170 


Francis 0. 


170 


307 

307 

94 

307 


Gr.ouGE 
George 
Harriet E. 
Helen J. 


122 

170 
170 

170 


13.-) 

31 

3.-)5 


Henry E. 


170 


Jane C. 
John W. 


80 
170 
170 
170 
144 


120 
339 


liOuise A. 
Lucy M. 
Mary A. 




Mattie E. 


170 


407 


Nelly 


171 


407 


Phebe 


174 


168 


Robert E. 


170 


407 


Susan ^1. 


170 




WaUer S. 


170 


245 


William H. 


170 


245 


Haickins, 




62 


Alphonso B. 


61 




Hatcver, 




135 


Laura 


105 


53 


Haijicood. 
Carrie E. 


94 


53 
■ 53 


William 
Hazzard, 


94 


360 


Annie E. 
Head, ■ 


324 


398 


Jonathan 


87 





CHAMPION GEN K ALOtrY. 


NAME. 


PAGE. NAME. 


Ileague, 


Hesselgren. 


Mary J. 


208 1 Gertrude M. 




j N. Alexander 


Heal}/, 

Emma 
Josliua 


goq Oliver G. 
328 OlotG. 




1 Heiding. 


Heart, 
Davirl 


J5J I Bethune M. 
J51 i Keturah 


Grace 


Haiuningu-oy. 


: Heu-itt, 


Adaline 


184 ; Ann 




i Edmund 


Henderson, 


-|Q^ 1 Linda P. 


Albert J. 


Florence M. 


187 Hicks, 


Frederick G. 


187 1 Corena A. 


George 


186 1 Elcanora 


James H. 


187 ! James 


Martha E. 


187 : John P. 


Mary G. 


187 '; Ortcm P. 


AViliiam E. 


]^1 nighij. 


William F. 


1^^ John L. 


William J. 


93 




Higgins, 


Htndrick. 


Mercy 


Abijah 
Azubah S. 
Charles E. 


206 

206 ^''^• 

207' -^^^-^^^ 


Emily 
Helen 


206' ^'-^^'^>' 
207 '' Ciiarity 
2Qg i Daniel 

206 ■ ^^'y""^' 
207; ^I-^^^^' 

OQg ' ]iIortimer 


John M. 
John 0. 
xMary J. 
Sarah E. 




1 Sophia 


Hetidrix, 


1 Thomas 


Lewis J. 


^^! William 


Henry. 


Hilton. 


Caroline A. 


~''^ Esther 


Philip 


2*>*^ Hannah 


Hepler, 


Jolm 


Susan ' 


410 r,- 77 

Hnickkij, 


Herkimer, 


John 


Joseph 


16" Lucy 


Ralph 


167 

, Hininan. 


Herrlck, 


Emma E. 


Emily A. 


96 James H. 


Herroii, 


Julia 


Eliza D. 


65, Polly 



509 



329 
329 
329 
329 

398 
398 

397 
98 
98 

57 

57 

322 

57 

57 

272 
46 

94 
266 
376 

71 

28 
191 
191 

79 
174 
174 

107 
107 
107 

241 

241 

190 
190 
347 
189 



510 



CJlAMPiON GENEALGCxY. 



NAME. 

Hitchcock. 

Dinah 

Mark T., 
Hnadlcy, 

Caroline 

Hoag, 

Allen 

Georore 

Grace 

Grant 

Blinnie 
Hodgsdon, 

Caleb 

Hannah 

Martha 

Sarah 
Hoffman, 

Caroline 

Catherine 
Holcomh. 

Dereatii R. 

Frances B. 

Homer 

Marcus 

Smith 

Violet 

Holland, 
Ann 

Catherine E. 
Elizabeth G. 
James 
Lewis C. 
Maria 

HoUenbcck, 

Alexander H. 
Eva M. 
Grace 
^Margaret 
Ralph G. 

Holmes, 

David A. 
Lizzie 
Mary . 

Holt, 

Caroline 
Emily E. 



206 
219 

361 

143 

142 
142 
143 
143 

408 
408 

408 
408 

92 
92 

113 

113 

89 

113 

89 
90 



Name, 
Jonas U. 

Hooker, 

William G. 
Hojikins, 

Polly 
Hopper, 

Frederick 
Hoppin, 

Benjamin 

Benjamin 

J. Mason 

James M. 
Hornish, 

John B. 

William A. 
Hosford, 

Obadiah 
Hotchkiss, 

Cordelia 

Esther 

Lydia 

Mabel 
HoughtaUng, 

James 

Pollv 



Hovey, 

Sarah 
Howard, 

Huldah 

3Iary J. 
Hoice, 

Lucinda 
Howell, 

Emily 

Lizzie 
18*) Hoivey, 
130 Benjamin M. 

Rebecca 
Howland, 

Louisa A. 

Stephen 

Susanna 
Hoxie, 

Mary 



378 
266 
211 
266 
211 
189 

130 
130 
130 



55 

56 



75 
94 



PAGE. 

94 



242 
142 

400 

349 
350 
3o0 
349 

;029 

339 

40 

220 
316 
390 
253 

89 
89 
89 

75 

76 
134 

341 

374 
245 

398 
398 

163 
163 
365 

197 



CHAMPION" GENEALOGY. 



k NAME. 


PAGE. NAME. 


1 Huhhnrd, 


James 


i; u- Albert L. 


98 i James 


i Charles H. 


98 i James 


t Chauncey 


98 


^ Clarence E. 
% Edwin 


99 ^""^' 


gg : Charles F. 


Elisha 


284 E^^-'^^ 


Homer 


go 1 Harold A. 


i; JA3IES 


97 1 r^<^f^-^ 


V Luc in da 


gg 1 Holhe 


^.: LUCRETIA 


284 ' 1^^^^ L- 


t "Mary A. 


~99 i ^^'^^'^^ ^• 


t- William 


97 ; Mary 


''i William Van B. 


gg ' Meta 


-' 


i ]\Iilton F. 


I Hubbcl 


1 Minnie 


^ Abigail 


273, Sally 


^ Hudson, 


T. Edgar 


David 


85 ; Vincent 


Elijah 


85 William M. 


1 Elijah 


85 


« Hosea 


g_- Huntington, 


5 John 


85 '^ ^^'^"''^ 


1 Pliny 


85 ^^^=^1^^^ 




; Augustus Z. 


I Hudspeth. 


■ AZARI.\H 


i Anna E. 


328 * , 


I 


Azariah 


S. Francis M. 


338 ^ , 

Barnabas 


fe 


^. Hnghes, 


: Catherine B. 


y Leopold 
t Marv E. 


321 : Charles I. 


331 : Daniel T. 


:- Rebecca 

* 


50 ; Eleanor 


■ Hulbert, 


Elizabeth A 


• Addison S. 


110 ; Florence A. 


I Arthur V. 


110 j Frederick L 


r Austin L. 


110 1 Henry 


\ Levi S. 


110 \ Henry K. 


i Hulefte, 


1 He::ekiah 


I Samuel 


g2 1 Howard 


t 


i Jedediah 


I Hulf, 


i John G. 


■ Mary 


„! i John R. 


Sarah 


1 i Levi 

^^ 1 Maria C. 


! 


\ Hulsf, 


i Robert W. 


i Alletta A. 


344 i Robert W. 


Hniaplivcij, 
■ Anna B. 


1 Samuel 


348 1 Samuel H. 


'i- James 


347 1 Sara B. 


\ '-j=~x^^-^^ti.L^. , 


-.i>r 


\ r/ 





511 

PAGE. 

H47 
347 
347 



94 
93 
94 
407 
94 
330 
330 
93 
93 
93 
93 
90 
93 
94 
93 

243 
243 
360 
243 
243 
343 
315 
324 
359 
359 
360 
360 
360 
243 
315 
314 
360 
334 
324 
324 
334 
315 
358 
359 
359 
314 
315 



512 



CH A MPION GEXEA LOGY. 



NAME. 

Iluidleif, 

A AROX 

Aaron 

Aaron 

Amos 

Benjamin 

Dan 

Daniel 

David 

Deborah 

Elihu 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Ehzabeth 

EHzabeth (Mrs.) 

Esther 

Frederick F. 

Hannah 

Jacob 

James 

Jane 

Jemima 

John 

John 

John 

Josepli 

Lucy 

Lucy 

Mary 

Mary 

Mehitable 

Nathan 

Peter 

Phebe 

Ruth 

Samuel 

Sarah 

Solomon 

Sohmion 

Stephen 

Thnothy 
Huntoon, 

Betsey 
HnrO, 

Benjamin 

Charles 

Jesse 

Sally 



28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

49 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 



218 

305 

289 
289 
3o3 



^ AME. 

Statira 


PAGE. 

305 


HiitcJn'»gs, 




Martin S. 


406 


Hutchuison, 




John B. 


327 


Mary L. 


327 


Hyde. 




Lydia 
Rlioda 


242 
366 


William 


370 


Zerviah F. 


370 


Ingcdls, 
Collis 


296 


Gilbert 


296 


Sarah 
Sila 


298 
296 


Ingels, 
John 

Phebe 


100 
100 


William 
Wilson 


100 
100 


IngersoU, 




Charles A. 


64 


Charles E. 


64 


John 


64 


John C. 


64 


Joseph D. 
Sarah K. 


64 


Ingraham, 
Ethelinda 


48 


Maria 


353 


William S. 


296 


Ingram, 
Sarah 


203 


Ivick, 




Mary A. 
William 


398 
398 


Irving, 




Sarah M. (Mrs.) 


371 


Isham, 




Albert B. 


222 


Au^Histus 


320 


Augustus 


321 


Augustus 


321 


Augustus C. 


322 


Clarissa C. 


322 






§ 



CHAMPION GENEALOCtY. 



513 



S- 



^ 



KAME. 

Eliza 
Eliza 11. 
Eliza T. 
Fanny M. 
Harriet 
Isabella B. 
Jane B. 
John 
John 
John G. 
John G. 
John G. 
John G. 
John K. 
Kntherine S. 
Loilie L. 
ilarlha 
Mary 
Mary H. 
Melchoir 
Sally M. 
Samuel G. 
William 
William A. 

Ives. 

Adelbert A. 
Arthur H. 
As ATI EL B. 
Bessie B. 
Ernest A. 
Grace C. 
Hattie E. 
John 
Julia 
Leora J. 
Mary L. 
Mattie M. 

Jacobs, 
Electa 
Lydia A. 

Jarvis, 
Sarah 

Sai'ah 
Jaynes, 

Clarissa 
Clarissa 

33 



PAGK, 

296 
322 
331 
321 
324 
322 
321 
2'J6 
29G 

2:*6 

321 
321 
323 
322 
323 
323 
323 
324 
323 
321 
29(3 
323 
21>t) 
322 

01 
62 
61 
61 
- 61 
61 
98 
61 
329 
61 
61 
61 

410 
135 

220 

98 

146 
147 



KAME. 


PAGE. 


Elizalieth 


146 


Elizal)eth 


147 


Frederick 


147 


Gracie R. 


147 


Isaac D. 


147 


Isaac G. 


147 


Jaiies 


146 


James 


179 


Jaaies 


147 


James A. 


147 


James W. 


147 


James W. 


147 


John C. 


179 


Lola F. V. 


147 


:\Iary A. 


146 


Mary A. 


146 


Mary O. 


147 


May 


147 


]*OLLY 


126 


Samantha 


147 


Viola I. 


180 


Jiynkins, 




Amy 


100 


:Mary E. 


89 


Jenks, 




Harris 


135 


John B. 


136 


Jerome, 




xVugustus S. 


322 


Jcrvine, 




;Martyn 


395 


Jeicett, 




Caroline E. (Mrs.) 


154 


Geouoe \V. 


365 


Gihhons 


306 


RnoPA II. 


366 


Sally 


139 


Sarah 


137 


Thomas L. 


104 



Jillsoit, 

Sherman L. 
Johnson, 
V Abigail W. 

Abner A. 

Alpharettie 

Annah G. 

Annah N. 



311 

318 
316 
403 
818 
317 



514: 



CH.\:\[PTON GENEALOGY. 



SAME. 

Camilla 
Celesta A. 
Ebenezer 
Elizabeth 
Elizabeth 
Elizabeth A. 
Elsie M. 
Enieline 
Emma L. 
Esther A. 
Floyd Q. 
Gilbert B- 
Grace E. 
Guy I. 
Hannah 
Harry 
Harry W. 
Jacob 
James W. 

John 

John B. 

Leah 

Lizzie E. 

Lucien A. 

Lncieii G. 

Mary E. 

Maud M. 

Oscar W. 

Quincy 

Robert 

Robert F. 

Samuel W. 

Sarah 

Walter M. 

Wilham D. 

William O. 

Johnston, 
Alice C. 

Jones, 

Abby L. 
Abigail W. 
Adelia 
Allan D. 
Amelia A. 
Aphia 
Asa 
Benjamin 



PAGE. 

403 
330 
33 
255; 
'318; 
317 
. 317 
253 
63 
317 
63 
316 
63 
403 
241 
63 
403 
316 
403 
403 
403 
53 
403 
316 
317 
316 
403 
ir,6 
63 
403 
403 
317 
317 
166 
403 
166 



130 



299 
320 
164 
353 
49 
406 
320 
164 



NAMK. 

Benjfimin C 
Benjamin H. 
Clarissa 
Daniel 
David C. 
Deborah (Mrs.) 
Edith K. 
Edith L. 
■ Edvvm D. 
Eliot N. 
Elizabeth 
EUzabeth 
Emma L. 
J'annie A. 
Frances 
Frederick C. 
George G. 
George R. 
George V. 
George W. 
Gilbert C. 

Gilbert N. 

Harry C. 

Harvey 

Harvey "W. 

Henry C. 

Henry C. 

Henry V. 

Isaac 

James H. 

John 

Jo.seph R. 

Joseph R. 

Judson 

Lemuel 

Lihbie A. 

Lois 

Louesa 

Lucien W. 

Lynds 

Martba A. 
Mary J. 
jMaky L. 
Mercy 
Moses 
Philip 
Ralph K. 
Ralph K. 



PAGE. 

353 
164 
299 
237 
164 
23 
334 
164 
164 
333 
163 
164 
345 
164 
164 
403 
320 
353 
164 
345 
320 
333 
164 
320 
320 
299 
333 
334 
195 
403 
391 
353 
353 
164 
76 
1(>1 
242 
164 
320 
164 
164 
320 
76 
56 
164 
163 
333 
333 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY 



515 



I 



NAME. 

Samuel ' 

Samuel 

Samuel G. 

Samuel G. 

Sara M. 

Sarah 

Sarah C. 

Simeon 

SusAS 

Willard 

William 

William B. 

William B. 

William H. 

William H. 

William H. 
Jordan, 

Chandler 
Joy, 

Harriet S. 

Jusrcll, 

John 
Kane, 

Martha 

K((se. 

George W. 
Kay, 

Mary G. 

William E. 
Keiser, 

Mary 
Keith, 

Maria U. 
Kellogg, 

Agnes 

Daniel 

Elijah C. 

Ida E. 

Lucius 
KeUum, 

Elizabeth 

Joshua 
Kelsey, 

Bessie C. 

Emily A. 

Ephraim 



PAGE. 

298 
398 
399 
334 
332 
398 
320 
403 
51 
320 
333 
164 
164 
320 
164 
164 

I S3 

91 

395 

390 

400 

398 
398 

400 

256 

324 
324 
324 

180 
180 

122 
122 

191 

77 
191 



XAME. 

Isj-:iel 
Maky a. 
William B. 
William F. 
Kenedy. 

John 
Kennarxl. 

Benjamin 
Kent, 

Ernest R. 
Susanna 
William B. 
Kcnyon. 
Joanna 
Kate 

Margaret (Mrs.) 
Patrick 
Keyes, 
John 

Martha B. 
William B. 

Kiethline, 

Burton C. 

Harriet 

Jacob 

Jacob 

Lenna I. 

Lydia A. 

Marion 
\ Mary 

Thompson 

Willard T. 

Worthy E. 
Kimball, 

■Susanna 
King, 

Edward B. 

Emma F. 

Ezra 

Jonathan 
\ Leander 

Lucretia 

Maggie 
i Margarette 
i Mary E. 

Sarah 
i Sarah A. 



65 

65 

191 

191 

163 

217 

61 

314 

61 

95 
175 

175 
175 

.334 
384 
207 

261 
260 
260 
261 
261 
261 
261 
260 
260 
261 
261 



151 

57 

151 

174 
174 
174 
151 
151 
151 
209 
120 



516 



CITAT^rPION GEXEALOGY. 



XAME. 

KiiKjabn rtj, 

Alice 

John 
Kink)icr, 

Eo>a 
Kin flier, 

Jaines 

Moses S. 
Kill I/O i>. 

x\im E. 

Elis^ha C. 

James 

Jo!iu 

Mary A. 

:Mary E. 
Kij^. 

Elizabeth 
Leonard 
Kirhy. 

Absalom 
Lydia 
Kirljpatrick. 
Anna Yj. 
Ciiarloite E. 
Jaaies H. 
William N. 
KitterliJ'je, 

Helen M. 
Kneehtud, 
Alice W. 
Amorette 
Annie I. 
Annie L. 
Benjamin F. 
Cliarles S. 
Dorri^ 
Edward 
Edward S. 
Ellen E. 
Emily J. 
Emma L. 
FredtTick X. 
Geor;;e 
Harvey L. 
Harvey T. 
HattieB. 
Hattie J. 



PAGE. 


NAME. 




Henry N. 


3o4 


Ida M. 


354 


Isaac N. 




Jennie 


92 


Joseph 




Joseph C. 


261 


Joseph C. 


260 


Josephine 




Lauraette 


167 
167 


Lanraette 
Lillian F. 


167 


:\Iary F. 


167 


:\Iary L. 


167 
167 


Robert S. 
William L. 




Knight. 


3o3 


N.V>CY 


353 


Kniskein. 




John 


51 


Peter H. 


51 


Knuppriibitrg, 




Adam 


222 


SA^•A^"^•A M 


223 


KrciKse. 


ooo 


James B. 


222 


Kriun, 




Henry 


379 


WillljlM H 




Kitck. 


217 


Burr 


217 


Cliarles J. 


217 


Elbert E. 


217 


Lizzie 


217 


Vernon C. 


217 
217 
216 
216 
217 


KuJnis. 

Hannah 
LaBarre, 

Eliza M. 


217 


Lodd, 


218 


Patty 


217 


Laki', 


217 


Frank J. 


217 


Gertie M. 


217 


Gideon 


218 


Gracie A. 


217 


Harriet E. 



PAGE. 

217 
217 
217 
217 
216 
216 
217 
218 
218 
218 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 

144 

180 
180 

259 
259 

400 

141 

141 

57 

57 
57 
57 
57 

329 

188 

253 

76 

76 
150 

76 
150 



CHAMPION GKNEALOGY. 



517 



NAME. 

I Howard C. 

1 Jane 

Jolin 

Josliua 

Mary 

Olive D. 

Uriah H. 
Lamar, 

George W. 

Sarah, 
Lamb, 

Clarence E. 

James C. 

James C. 

Joseph C. 
ImiuIk rt^on. 

Juditli 
i Lamont, 

James 
Landon, 

Anna E. 

Caroline H. 

Charlotte 

James 

Jo UN R. 

Judah C. 

Mary 

William De F. 
Lane, 

Caroline 

Daniel H. 

Drusilla M. 

Elizabeth 

Emma J. 

John H. 

Lillie A. 

Matthias 

Richard 

Selah 
Langdon, 

Ann S. 

Benjamin F. 

Charles 

Charles A. 

Charlotte L. 

Charlotte L. 

Chauncey 



PAOE. 

76 

ir,9 


N-4MK. 

Chauncey 
Elizabeth C. 


103 


Gilbert J. 


70 


Helen 


103 


Helen C. 


150 


Julia R. 


7G 


Laura C. 




Lillie C. 


229 


Martha A. 


229 


:Vlary A. 
Reuben 


SI 
SO 


Robert 
Sarah M. 


80 


Sylvester G. 


81 


Larcontbc, 




Eliza A. 


330 


Francis J. 
Geor<;;e G. 


137 


Richard 


Richard J. 


391 
390 
390 
390 
390 
390 


Richard M. 
Lamed, 
Jdhn 
Susanna 


La til rop. 

Elizabeth B. C 


390 
390 


Joseph 
laicy N. 
Paoli 


189 


Laicrcnce, 


189 
189 


Sarah xV. 
Lauson, 


189 
189 
189 


Fanny 
Margaret 
Thomas B. 


189 


Laicfon, 


94 


George W. 


189 


Geokche H. 


139 


Laivyer, 




Willielmina 


32.J 


Lay. 


390 


.• Abiier, 


391 


Edward H. 


391 


Enoch 


391 


Enoch S. 


391 


Hannah 


390 


Henry H. 



PACK. 

391 
391 
332 
391 
391 
391 
390 
391 
49 
391 
32.-) 
391 
332 
331 

227 
227 
227 
9 J? 



oo 



^t 



307 
307 

220 
219 
890 
219 

104- 

253 
200 
353 

379 
379 

104 

56 
58 
58 
58 

58 
80 



518 



CHAMPIOX GP:XEAL0(1Y 



Lee 

Mary A. 
Maiy J. 
Roswell E. 
Sarah 
Sophia M. 

Learij, 
Kate 

Leavitt, 

Betsy 

James 

Jane 

Jereniiali 

John 

Jolin 

Malvina F. 

Mary E. 

Mattie E. 

Morris H. 

Morris I. 

Rose M. 

Sally 

Sylvauus 
Lee, 

Benjamin 

Charles 

Elizabeth 

Joseph 

Joseph 

Marian 

Leecli. 

Deborah 

Leete, 
Asa 

Benjamin 
Benjamin 
Daniel 
Ezekiel 
John 
Leah 
Levi 

Margaret 
Rachael 
Sarah 
Susannali 
Tamar 



ACK. 


NAilE. 


182 


Temperance 


132 


William 


58 


Lelinier, 


58 


Caroline 


44 


Charles 


56 


Fanny 




George 


263 


Gilbert 




James D. 


405 


Lend nil)). 


405 


Mary 


405 


Leonard, 


405 


Benton 


405 


Charles F. 


405 


Josiihie 


408 


Margaret 


408 




408 


Lconnrdson, 


Frederick 


408 




4 OS 


P'rederick 


408 


John 


405 


Lester, 


405 


Desdamona 




Eleanor 


126 


Elizabeth 


127 


Joshna 


84 


Lucy 


126 




127 


Levi, 


66 


Bettie 




Lewis, 


36 


Chandler 


118 


David C. 




David C. 




Etta 


30 
30 


Judah 


Jnlyette 


30 






:\rary 


30 
30 


Norton E. 


Wilbur 0. 


30 




30 


Ligon, 


30 


Ida S. 


105 


James L 


30 


Mary E. 


80 


Lincoln, 


30 


Julia P. 


30 


William H. 



PAGE. 

30 
30 

322 
322 
322 
321 
322 
321 

100 

126 
408 
323 
323 

158 
158 
158 

162 

48 

48 

144 

144 

85 

222 

250 
249 
250 
250 
277 
250 
321 
250 
250 

407 
407 
407 

129 
129 



i 



CHAMPIUN GENKALOGY. 



519 



I 



$ 



f- 



\ 



NAME. 

Livingston. 
Charlotte 
Gilbert R. 
Gilbert R. 
Henry B. 
James K. 
John L. 
Mary 
William S. 

Lloyd. 

ElU-n C. 
Henry F. 
■ James L. 
Joseph A. 
Samuel W. 
Sarah E. 

Loomis, 
Amos 
Arabella 
Charles H. 
Elizabeth 
Emma A. 
Fred J. 
Gilbert B. 
Harmon 
I. H. 

James W. 
Lueinda 
Lydia W. 

Looj), 

William 

Lord, 

Anna 

Enoch 

Hannah 

Kelson 

Lydia 

Lyman 

Lynde 

Mary 

William 

Lott, 

Elsie 
Lewis 

Love, 

Andrew 
Andrew J. 



K. 



3i)0 
390 
390 
390 
390 
390 
390 
390 

407 
407 
407 
407 
407 
407 

247 
3-20 
316 
317 
262 
317 
317 
262 
316 
155 
374 
247 

90^ 

i 

278 I 

273 I 
407' 

91 : 

406 i 
91; 

273' 

310 

367, 

266! 
266' 



NAME. 

Ann B. 

Dorcas D. 
Louisa A. 

Samuel N. 
Sopliia M. 

Lovell. 

Elmer E. 
Loicnsherry, 

Cassius M. 



244 
244 



Loicry, 
Mary 

Lucas. 

Clarissa 

Luddington, 
Samuel 

Lyman. 

Jerusha 
Moses 

Lyon, 

Addie E. 
Arminius B. 
Clarinda 
Eugene 
Humphrey 

Mahee, 

Harriet 
James 

: Mack, 

Cora E. 

Dorothy 

Ebenezer 

Elizabeth 

Esther 

Ezra 

Hepzibah 

Isaac F. 

John 

John 

John 

Jonathan 

Lydia 

Neliemiah 

Patience 

Phebe 

Rebecca 

Sarah 



244 
244 
2-14 
244 
244 

264 

104 

181 

353 

87 

247 



149 
149 
273 
149 
273 

141 
141 

215 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 

215 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 



520 



CHAMPIOX CxEXEALOPtY 



NaMr. 

Mackenzie, 
J. G. D. 
Mary C. 

Mackey, 
James 
Mary J. 

MacMiiUeit, 
Anna M. 

3Iaghee, 
Emma 

Muh((nna, 
Julia 

Mall or II, 

Benjamin 
Malthy. 

Harriet 
Manli/. 

Charlotte M. 

John 

Joseph K. 

Joseph LaB. 
Maun, 

HXRAH 

Manning, 

Emily M. 
Mansnn, 

Cordelia F, 

Lewis C. 

Mary J. 
Manu-aring, 

Albert S. 

Betsey A. 

Charles F. 

Charles H. 

Eli 

Ely 

Harriet J. 
Herlv-rt G. 
Herbert'J. 
John J. 
John J. 
Martha J. 
Sarah E. 
Maraganld, 
^lartha 



229 
229 

328 
328 

72 

254 

268 j 

90 ; 
94' 

188' 
188 
188 
188, 

371 I 

i 
ISO, 

328' 
328 
327 I 

i 
74 
49 
49! 
71 i 
74^ 
74' 
49 
74 
49 
49! 
49! 
74 I 
49; 

91 i 



sr.\ME. 
Mtiret/, 

Sarah 
Maikley, 
\ John 
Marritt, 

Julia A. 
Marsh. 

Abraham 
Grace G. 
James H. 
L\-d ia 
Philip O. 
Sarah 
Willis C. 
Zella M. 
Martin, 
Abram 
Agrippa 
Alice C. 
Andrew- 
Arthur R. 
Benjamin F. 
Caroline L. 
Carrie 
Catherine 
Chancellor 
Chancellor 
Charles H. 
Corinne 
Cynthia 
Cyrena 
Daniel H. 
David F. 
Edgar H. 
Ella 
Emma 
Emma F. 
Ethan 
Eva L. 
Ezra 
Frank 
George B. 
Hawley 
James \V. 
Jennie B, 
Jennie L. 
John 
John 



155 
129 
370 

260 
376 
376 
246 
376 
218 
376 
370 

92 
90 
91 

406 

4U6 
90 
92 
92 
93 
90 
90 
92 
92 
93 
93 
93 

143 
92 

91 
92 

93 

91 
406 
143 

93 

92 

91 

91 

91 
40& 

90 

92 



CHAM PIOX G KSE ALOG Y 



521 



k 



I 



St 



f 



i, 



John A. 
John B. 
John J. 
Josephine 
Josephine 
Julia H. 
Lvither A. 

]\Iaude 

Milton 

Milton P. 

Nelson 

Pembroke 

Phebe 

Phebe 

RhoJa 

Eobeit D. 

Robert S. 

Ptobert S. 

Sally 

Sara 

William D. 

William H. 

Marvui, 
Abigail 
Adouijah 
David 
Elizabeth 
Elizabeth 
Esther 
Hepzibah 
John 
John 
Jolin 

Jonathan D. 
Joseph 
Lurana 
]Mary 
Matthew- 
Matthew 
Mehetable 
Mehitable 
Rosalinda 

MasoiK 
Elijah 
Elijah 
Mary 



PAGE. 1 

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93. 

92' 

91 

91 

9-2 

91 

1G9 
91 
93 
92 
91 

142 
92 
93 
91 
91 
93 
93 
93 
92 
91 
91 



272 

272 

31 

•272 

84 

273 

34 

34 

34 

272 

272 

272 

272 

273 

272 

34 

272 

272 



40 
40 
40 



NAME. 

MatJifv, 
Arietta 
Charles C. 
Fanny 
Francis 
Jemima 
John 
Joseph 
Martha 
Mary, A. 
Mehitable 
Moses 
Sally A. 
Samuel 
Ursula 

Mat son, 
Joanna 
Susanna 

MattJiew, 
Susan 

Ma ft heirs, 
Abrani 
John 
Makti.v 
Mary (Mrs.) 
Nelson P. 

Ma.vhn, 
Almira 
Wilson 

Mrt.ro )i, 

Benjamin 

Ellen 

Gilbert 

Ma.vu-ell, 

Elizabeth 

Maynard, 
Ag:nes 
Elijah 
Jane 
John 
Mary E. 
Selden 

McAlpin, 
■ Aaron C. 
j Aaron C 
j Anna D. 



127 
127 
127 
127 

46 

46 
126 
133 
127 
119 
126 
127 

32 
127 

126 
186 

73 

167 
167 
167 
167 

167 

113 

113 

298 
298 
298 

211 

261 
261 
170 
261 
142 
170 

224 
234 
224 



522 



CHAMPIOX GENEALOGY. 



NAMK. 

Claudia T. 

Christopher 

Donald 

Ellen 

Henry 

Heurj 

James W. 

James W. 

Maria C. 

Maria S. 

Mary E. 
McCaU. 

Vienna E. 
McChesncy. 

I\[argarct 
MeCIurc, 

Margaret 
3IcCoIhnu. 

Hiram 

Mary L. 

Reuben 
McCulloch, 

James A. 

Martha 

Theresa R. 
McDavitt. 

Esther E. 

Mary 

Sara C. 

Thomas 
Mclnness, 

Ellen 
Mclntyve, 

Anna E. 

Norman 
McKec, 

Emma 
McLeuti, 

Elizabeth 

Hector 
McPhela, 

Elizabeth 
3Ieig.H, 

Eliza 

Gertrude E. 

Theodore F. 



224 


Meloan, 


223 


Joshixa 


223 
227 
223 
834 


Mercer, 


Edwin G. 


George E. 




^ IMartm F. 


, 223 




224 


William D, 


224 


Merchant, 


224 


Diana 


224 


Merrett, 




Charles 


57 


Merrill, 




David 


164 


Elizabeth 


i 


Joseph 


403 


IMary A. 




Merritt, 


297, 


Jacob 


175 


Rebecca 


ITo 






Metcalf, 




Caroline 


104 






David 


398. 


. David 


398. 






Eliza 


i 


George C. 


.318 


Horace 


318; 


Jonatlian 


818 


Jonathan 


818: 


Lydia 


1 


Lydia 


2331 


Melinda 


1 
1 


Nancy 


185 


Meuch, 


185 


Charles E. 


i 
1 


Edmund J. 


345 : 


Ella C. 


! 


Emmett C. 


105' 


John 


1051 


John C. 


i 


Mary 


403 1 


Mary E. 


i 


PhiHp 


326 


Thomas B. 


77 


Michael, 


77 


Friend E. 



PAGE. 

405 

63 
63 
63 
63 

263 
133 

376 

376 

90 

410 

398 
398 

243 
243 
243 
243 
243 
343 
242 
242 
243 
242 
243 
243 

410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 

94 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY, 



523 



Mickle, 

Elizalx^tli 
Isaac 
Isaac 
• Joseph 

MiddaugJi, 
Lydia 

Miles, . 

John A. 

MiUarcl 

Alfred F. 
Fillmore 
Frank H. 
Frederick C. 
Frederick G. 
George 

Harry 

Jesse 

Mary 

Ralph B. 

Wallace C. 

Milkr, 

Champion 

Christopher 

Curtis 

Eunice 

Ezra 

Fanny 

Frances 

Hudscni 

Inez !M. 

ISALINE 

Jeremiah 
Jeremiah C. 
Lanah I\I. 
lAicinda A. 
Martha 
Mary 
- Mary 
Olive 
Phebe 
Rachel 
Richard 
Sarah 
Temperance 
Travis A. 
William 



397 
397 
397 
397 

54 

375 

375 

375 

375 

375 

374 

375 

374 

375 

376 

375 



151 
249' 
16G 
47 j 
44 I 
92 j 
151 i 
151 i 
151 
169 
lull 
151 1 
157 i 
192! 
55 
260 
374 
166 
44 
72 
374 
249 
272 
374 
157 



NAilE. 

William B. 

Milligan, 

Alexandra 
Charles R. 
William 

MiUs, 

Andrew 
Andrew 
Edgar D. 
Frederick L. 
Rossanna 

Mil nor, 
Etta 
M. T. 

3Iinev, 

Billings 
Ella 
Ella 
John 
Willis E. 

Minor, 

Mehitable 



Mitchell. 
Celon 
Charles L. 
Chauncey L. 
Eliza L. 
Ira C. 
Jessie P. 
Thomas H. 

Mix, 

Eliza F. 

George H. 

John G. 

John H. 
; Martha I. 

Samuel 

Mixter, 

David E. 
David E. 
David W. 

Moate, 

Conrad 

Mobbrij, 

Cynthia 



PAGE. 

374 



338 
64 
64 

164 
164 
164 
164 
219- 

400 
400 

132 
132 
132 
132 

6y 

137 

74 
391 
390 
391 
251 
251 
251 

323 
323 
322 
323 
323 
322 

187 

187 
187 

91 

171 



52-1: 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



NAME. 

3Ionk, 

Joseph C. 
Minnie S. 

Moody, 
Eliza 

Moore, 

Charles 

Emerson W. 

Henry 

John 

Lucy 

Mitble 

Mary 

Maude 

Miriam 

Nancy 

Pearl 

Robert 

Susanna 

William P. 

Moorcs. 
Ellen 

3Iore, 

Morehouse, 
Catherine 

Moreij, 

Angie I. 
George G. 
Hattie A. 
Jesse T. 
John R. 
Mary A. 
Susie B. 
William J. 
WilUam J. 

Morgan, 

Benjamin 
Benjamin 
Charles 
• Joseph 
Mehitable 
Rebecca 
Samuel C. 
Silence 
"Wealtliy A. 



229 
229 

V 

63 

169 

328 
168 
318 
128 
168 
405 
16y 

16-4 
169 
318 
307 
328 

99 

244' 

53 

•319 
319 
319 
319 
319 
319 
319 
319 
319 

397 
397 
397 
397 
174 
397 
292 
204 
68 



NAME 

Morrison, 

]Mary 
MoseJeij, 

Adelia 

Asa B. 

Benjamin F. 

Clara 

David 

David N. 

David N. 

Edward 

Flavia I. 

George H, 

Harold P. 

Henry C. 

Katherine E. R. 

Maria 

Thomas B. 

William 

Moahier, 

Charles A. 

Charles H. 

Elijah 

Frank A. 

Henry P. 

Jane M. 

John W. 

Kate 

Lydia (Mrs.) 

Noah 

Phebe 

Susan ]M. 

Theodoj-e P. 
3/o.s.^. 

John 

Mary 
Mott, 

John 

3Iary 

Mary (Mrs.) 
Moid ton, 

Sarah J. 
Moiccr, 

Alonzo 



Mndge, 
Dinah 



149 

21.-) 
■255 
216 
216 
214 
215 
215 
216 
215 
216 
215 
215 
216 
215 
216 
214 
85 

172 
171 
171 
172 
172 
171 
171 
172 
118 
118 
118 
171 
172 

28 

28 

34 
34 

391 

221 

50 



/ 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



525 



I 



XAME 

Muvr/er. 

Aaron G. 
Abigail S. 
Catherine A. 
Emma 
John W. 
Obadiah M. 
Reuben C. 
William ^V. 

Manro. 

Isabella 

William 
Munson. 

Eliza 
Murdock, 

x\nna 

Miivphy, 
John 
Marian L.. 

Mnrrcll, 
Samnel 

Mustiaer, 

Addaline J. 

Nash, 

Delphi 

Neely. 

Jerome 
Orinda S. 

Ncill, 
P. H. 

XcUes, 
:Mary 
Philip 

Xcllh. 

Elizabeth 

Xeicinan. 

Alice W. 
Anna F. 
Artliur T. 
Cliarlos 
Charlotte E. 
Elisheba 
Enmia J. 
Harriet :^I. 



AGE. ; NAME. 

Horatio L. 

135 JSeirton, 
13.") Augusta 

135 Elzina 

134 JSlichoIs, 

134 Edwin E. 

135 Eliza 
135 Guillard 
135 , Jane 

I Sarah (Mrs.) 

227 Nisbeth, 

Charles M. 

87 : Noble, 

' Deodamus 
Henry E. 
Lydia 

Nook, 
James 

gg Norris 



326 



48 



66 
397: 

155; 

I 
I 

377'' 

112 
112 



Caselle H. 
Clair G. 
Glenn A. 
Georgianna E. 
Harvey 
Howes 
John C. 
Oetavia A. Y. 

North. 

Haxxah 
William 



49 Northro}^. 
Lucv 



54 
54' 

112 

99 
99 
99 
99 
99 
99 



NortJtnip, 
Cornell 
Polly 

Norton, 

Almon il. 
Anna 
Edwin 
Mary B. 

Ni«bl. 

Betsey 
Samuel 



PAGE. 

99 



347 
172 

219 
219 
219 
54 
219 



148 

254 " 

3T4 

214 

169 

169 
169 
169 
169 
169 
333 
169 
333 

182 
183 
402 

244 

9T 
97 

829 

89 
329 

405 
405 



99 Nunent, 



99 



Uary M. 



520 



CHAMPION GEXKALOGY. 



SAME. 

Nut man, 
Analetta 

Nye, 

Abigail 
Alpheus I. 
Altemon F. 
Benjamin 
Franklin B. 

Obelsnis, 
Nancy 

Otrtel, 

3Iaxiuiiliau 

Ogle, 

P^LIZA 

Thomas 

Olcott. 

James M. 

Olds, 

Alice 
Bertie M. 
Carrie B. 
Eddie W. 
Emma 
Frank L. 
Jesse L. 
Mary J. 
Silas W. 

Olmsted. 
Abigail 
Carrie E. 
Henry H. 

Osbon, 

Elisha H. 
Elizabeth C. 

Osborne, 

Arthur D. 
Arthur D. 
Jedediah 
Thomas B. 
Thomas B. 

Oterlin, 

Josephine 

Otis, 

Desfre 
James 



iC.E. ' 


XAME. 


Ovenshire, 


32G 


Catherine P. 


( 


Oinatt, 


373 


Carrie B. 


2G4 


Daniel B. 


264 


Franklin V. 


204 


Mary E. 


2G4 






Oicens, 




Pamelia 


147 






Oyer. 




Ellen 


48 




- 


Paclbiiery, 


78 


Aunie 


78 


Paine, 




Esther 


146 


Thankful 




Palmer. 


131 


' Allen 


131 


Calvin J. 


131 


Charles F. 


131 


Dayton L. 


131 


Eben 


131 


Ellen F. 


131 


Elmer J. 


131 


Emeline 


131 


Frank E 




Hannah E. 


280 


Henrietta L. 


263 


Henry W. 


263 


Ida M. 




Jaiiks B. 




Johnson 


251 


Lois 


251 






Lucy 




Martha B. 


317 


May E. 


317 


Samuel 


367 


Samuel 


317 


Samuel 


357 


Sarah D. 




William 


155 


Park. 




Benjamin A 


366 


Benjamin B 


371 


Benjamin B 



185 

207 
207 
207 
207 Y 

105 



178 

306 
291 

64 
262 
262 
262 

94 
206 
262 
295 
206 

94 
208 
262 
262 
260 
262 
255 
187 

&4 
206 
206 
206 
206 
262 
262 

112 
112 
113 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



527 



NAME. 

Parker. 

Amanda G. 

Elizabeth D. 

Fanny 

Isaac L. 

Jane 

Lemuel 

Virginia 

Pai-k.-i, 
Ann 

Parmenter, 

IMercy 
Parry, 

Davkl 

I^Iartiia E. 
Paslin , 

Ellen M. 
Patterson, 

Lewis C. 

Paul, 

Ellen 

Payne, 

Abraham 
Arminda M. 
Arminius C. 
Elizabeth 
Letitia J. 
Nora L. 
Olanthus S. 
Ransom 
Payson, 

Dell F. 
Pearson, 
Julia 
Sarah 

Pease, 

Parthenia H. 

Peck. 

Almira 
BF.XJA>nN 
Benjamin 
Betsey 
— Charles O. 
Clara E. 
Cyrus 
Dan 



48; 

204 

129 

88 

132 

88: 

108 

222 

189 

110 
110 



NAME. 

Dan 

Ellas 
Elizabeth 
Ellen :M. 
Esther 
Jasper 
Lee 
y Mary E. 
Mehetable 
/Milton H. 
^Obed 
^ Obed 
Ortili.e 
Ruth 
Sainuv-'l 
Samui 1 
Sarah 



217 


Sakau 




Seth 


129 


Seth 




William A 




/ 


92 


Peirce, 




Marion 


148 


Pdton. 


149 






Eliza 


149 


Elizabeth 


149 






It hi mar 


149 






John 


149 






John 


149 


Josiah 


148 






Lucy 




Lucy 


261 


Nathan 




Roxina 


129 


Sarah 


129 


William 




Penelh 


409 


Betsey 




Hannah 


139 




34 
34 


Penley, 


James J. 


216 


John 


207 


John J. 


206 


Pennytnan. 


84 


Lizzy H. 


34 


Prince E. 



PAGE. 

34 
34 
U 
326 
34 
43 
34 
206 
34 
207 
206 
206 
121 
34 
U 
326 
34 
43 
129 
144 
206 

208 

87 
87 
37 
37 
37 
... 37- 
87 
37 
37 
333 
37 
37 

405 
408 

183 
188 
188 

265 
265 



■^'•'■"•"- 



528 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY 



N\ME. 

Periiie, 

Helen iM. 
Russell 

Perki)ts, 
Andrew 
Charles 
Charles W. 
Clarissa 
Edith H. 
Edward 
Ellen J. 

GCRDOX 

John 
Julius D. 
Julius D. 
Julius D. 
Lucre! ia D. 
Luc ret i a C. 
Mary D. 
Perrin. 
Ann 

Peterson, 
Henry 

• ]\Iartin H. 
Mary (Mrs.) 
Sarah 

Phelps, 

Dorothy 

Israel 

Mary G. 

Nancy 

Rhoda 

Sarah 

Seymour 

Solomon 

Phillips. 
Joel 
Norman 

• Prudence 
Sally 

Pickard, 

Elvie 

Merrit 

Minnie 
Pierce, 

Emeline M. 

Jerome W. 



kGK. 1 


NAMK. 


1 


Pigott, 


410; 


Charles 


410 


Emily 




i Pike, 


305 


! Abigail 


305 


"William 


305 
305 
351 
305 


Plainer, 
John 
Po)iter(\i/, 


172 


Laura 


248 


; Pond, 


1-2 


Benjamin E 


305 


Catherine C, 


350 


Pool, 


351 


Abraham 


351 
305 
349 


Poor, 

Hannah 

Porter, 




Anna 


325 


, Charles 0. 




' Daniel 


33 


; Edith J. 


51 


Elihu 


33 


: Frank W. 


Q'J 


• Hiram 




Julia M. 


241 


1 Lena A. 


5] 


[ Lucena 


215 Lura Z. 


215 Mary L. 


50 Mln-.nie E. 


5 


1 Or ton H. 


5: 


1 Samuel E. 


21i 


5 Sarah E. 




Post, 


100 Abner 


Oi 


Abner 


14S Abraham 


100 Laura E. 




Mary A. 


1(57 Mary E. 


16 


7 Phineas 


16 


7 Sarah 




Sarah :\I. 


94 Poffer. 


37 


3 ' Abl)ie M. 



184 
184 

28 
28 

94 

209 

833 
333 

147 

53 

296 

57 

189 

57 

297 

131 

131 

57 

57 

109 

57 

131 

189 

57 

57 

131 

298 
332 
149 
332 
149 
298 
298 
326 
331 

156 



CHAMPION gp:nealogy, 



529 



Abraliam 
Abraham C. 
Annie L. 
Asa a. 
Charles 

DiAXA 

Emery D. 

Hardixg 

Helen L. 

Juliaette 

Mary E. 
Potts. 

A.ldie 
I'oireU, 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth L. 

Mary H. 

Phili]) L. 

Timothy 

Timothy B. 
Powers, 

Fra>"CES a. 

Frank B. 

Frieda 

George W. 

Joshua 

Lewis J. 

Lewis J. 

Mattie M. 

Philip C. 

Walter C. 

Pratlier, 

James "VV. 

Mattie J. 

Melinda 
Pmtt, 

Emma J. 

George S. 

George W. 

George AV. 

George W. 

Henry C. 

Irene 

Jennette H. 

Mary C. 

Mary C. 

Mattie (Mrs.) 
34 



PAGE. 

ir)6 

loG 
l.-)7 
156 
142 
143 
156 
120 
150 
156 
150 

147 



NAME. 

Richard B. 
Kiciiard S. 
Sarah L. 
Sarah L. 
Sylvester 
Pre st 0)1. 
Alice E. 
Edgak :\i. 
George II. 
Parxy p. 

Print z, 

Fanny E. 
Prohasco, 

Alice 
Probst. 

::. Elsie G. 

14i 

O.20 Projhr, 

Geokge 
Mary 
i Nelson 

gc; Piigsleij. 
oQy Louesa F. 

208 Pulcer, 
208 Jane C, 

68 ' Peter 
.'.Ob Putnam, 
208 
208 
208 
208 

334 
334 

221 



220 
220 



Elizabeth 
Qiiinc/j. 

John W. 
John W. 
John W. 
Katherine 
Mary P. 

Paint)o. 
Bertha 
Elmer J. 
Florence 



Rainier, 
David 
:\Iarv 



352 

352 

352 

352 

352 

352 
49 Ramsay, 

353 1 James 

355 ' Jamks C 

352 Randall, 

253 : Bell 



PACK. 

352 
352 
352 

352 



02 
207 
267 
260 



91 

74 

120 
120 
120 

57 

60 
60 

311 

351 
351 
351 
351 
351 

336 
336 
336 

370 
370 

107 
107 

207 



530 



CHAMPIOX GEXKALOGY, 



NAME. 

Caleb 
Pamelia 

ROBETiT 

Jiankin, 
Polly 



Raymond, 
Edith 

Raynolds, 

George C. 
Rear don, 

Jennie 
Redfield, 

Sophronia 
Reed, 

Joanna 

Mehetatile S. 
Rehh, 

William C. 

Re id, 

Florida F. 

Rend ell, 

Kachel 
Renshaic, 

John C. 

Rex ford, 

Daniel J. 
Mary E. 

Rice. 

Belle 

Charlotte 
Rich, 

George SV. L 

John L. 

Lewis 

Mary J. 
Richard, 

Paulina 
Richards, 

Bela 

Catherine M. 

Christine A. 

Elizabeth H. 

Isabel G. 

Kate' 



PAGE, 


XAME. 


158 


Leonard D. 


47 


Lula K. 


158 


Nathan B. 




Parmelia 


404 


William C. 


404 


- WlEIJAM R. 




Zachariah 


134 


Richardson, 




Elizabeth J. 


133 


George C. 
George M. 


245 


Isaac 
Nancy S. 


135 


AYiliiam H. 
Richmond, 




Carrie F. 


163 
71 


Edward J. 
George 




George C. 


308 


James 




Rides, 


230 


Nannie 


67 


Ridley. 

Charles 




Jennie E. 


.264 


Riphi'iihnry, 




Margaret 


191 

191 


Robacker, 
Azubah 


319 
207 


Robbins. 
Abigail 
Addie 




Aniastus 


61 


Elisha 


60 


Robert 


60 


RUTFI K. 


61 


Susan 




Roberts, 


54 


xVmos 




Caroline H. 


253 


Chauncey 


324 


Chauncey H 


253 


George R. 


322 


George R. 


253 


George R. 


261. 


George W. 



PAGE. 

822 
253 
253 
265 
253 
253 
198 

59 

373 

373 

373 

70 

59 

55 
55 
55 
55 
55 

207 

75 

75 

376 

62 

289 
174 
292 
70 
292 
292 
191 

353 
379 
379 
379 
353 
353 
353 
353 



r 



CHAMPION GEXEALOGi'. 



531 



I 



h 



NAirr.. 
George W. 
Helen M. 
Jane 
Jane 
Laura C. 
Mary 
Nettie L. 

Eobinson, 
AunS. 
Anna L. 
Bradford 
David F. 
Eliza T. 
Elizabeth 
Emma 
Hannah 
Harriet T. 
Hezekiah 
Isaac P. 
Jared 
John C. 
Josiah C. 
Lucius F. 
.Mary A. 
Mary C. 
Mary F. 
Mary M. 
Sallie 
Stephen 

Rockicell, 
Josiah 
Owen 
Rhoda 
Uriah 

Eockwood, 
Reuben 

Rodger. 
Lydia 

Rody. 
Edna 

Roe. 

Frederick 

Rocrback, 

Ellis 
Rogers, 

Arthur C. 



PAGE. 


NAME. 


353 


Byron J. 


353 


Charles 


169 


Chauncey 


406 


David 


379 


David 


207 


Elijah P. 


353 


Elisha 




Elisha C. 


314 


Emily 


104 


Fanny C. 


104 


Frank M. 


314 


George I\I. 


314 


Gurdon 


226 


Harriet A. 


69 


Ida 11. 


248 


Lucre tia 


314 


Luranda E. 


215 


Lydia F. 


242 


Mabel 


248 


[ Mabel A. 


215 


' Mary 


215 


Mary 


314 


• Marv I: 

i 


314 


Matthew 

j 


35? 


Nancy 


815 


1 Phoebe E. 


215 


Rowland 


261 


I Rul)y 


242 


Sophia 




1 Root, 


246 


Abigail L. 


215 


j Lovisa 


246 


j Mary 


215 


Vienna C. (Mrs.) 




Roper. 


158 


George S. 




Rose, 


371 


Alva 




j Eflie C. 


156 


! Elizabeth J. 




j Elliot H. 


93 


i Emily 
1 Ezra C. 




! Henrietta 


93 


i Jessie A. 




Jordan 


129 


' Maria 



129 
129 
129 
204 
204 
128 
128 
129 
204 
129 
128 
128 

58 
129 
129 
258 
129 
204 
128 
129 

58 
129 
128 
128 
129 
128 
195 
249 
367 

242 
351 

207 
47 

208 

134 

74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
76 
74 
74 
141 



0?>2 CHAMnON GEXKALOGY. 





SAME. 


' 


Mniy M. 


f . 


Pardon 




jRoss. 


1 


Alexander B. 




Ei^THER 




James 




Kelson D. 




Roth, 




Daniel H. 




Nathaniel 




ROKU'l, 


j 


Mary A. 




BoKiuls, 




Lulu F. 


■; ' . 


S. F. 




Roirland, 


■ " 


Anna 




Asael 




Charles 




James A. 




John G. 




Mary A. 


I 


Eoicley, 


1 

i . 


Abigail 




Albert 


i 
i 


Arthur 


! 


David W. 




Edgar, 


f 


Elizabeth 


1 


Emeline 


t 


Ha I: tie L. 




Jerusha 


[; 


Levi 




Mary 




Mary (Mrs.) 




Mehitabel 




Most.'s 




Simeon 




Walter 




William 




William 




Royce, 




Samuel X. 




Rublee, 




Frank M. 



pagp:. 




NAME. 


74 


R} 


'(cl:er, 


■74 




James E. 




Ri 


ish, 


92 




Elizabeth 


1!)6 




Owen 


■ 190 


Ru.-^)tniori\ 


92 




John D. 


144 


Rnsscll, 
Alvin 


14 i 




Clarence K. 
Dwight 


329 




Edward C. 
Fredeiick L. 


141 




George IL 


141 




Ida J. 
Jennie Tj. 


4.-, 
117 

49 




Lilla C. 




Nesvt(_>n D. 




Eobert S. 




William 


49 


Rutherford. 


49 




E.lward C. 


193 




Lena ^L 
Ralph J. 


82o 




Robert J. 


89 




AVilliam A. 


89 


Ru 


iherfnrd, 


88 




John 


89 
89 
89 
G4 
89 
89 
30.') 
38 


R>j 


man, 
Arthur E. 
Emma G. 
Jolin M. 




Lester E. 




I\Iiles E. 
Thirza E. 


3S 


Sage, 


3S 




Charles H. 


63 




John n. 


(54 




Louisa 


89 


Sanboj-n, 


89 




Jolin 




Sanders, 


129 




John S. 




Sattdle.-i, 


134 




George 



403 

72 

72 

391 

218 
218 
318 
218 
218 
218 
218 
218 
218 
218 
218 
95 

51 
51 
51 
51 
51 

390 

163 
163 
163 
163 
163 
163 

335 
325 

267 

135 

94 

129 



CHAMFIOX G KN K A LOGY. 



NAME. 

Sands. 
Lydia 

San ford, 

Cordelia E. 

Maria 

Stephen 

Sanger. 

Elizabeth 

Saunders, 

Mary (Mrs.) 

Sairin, 

Hester M. 
' Iloiuer A. 
Willjam M. 
William M. 

Sawyer. 

Mary B, (Mrs.) 

Saxton. 

Edward G. 
Emma J. 

Sccdes, 
Eliza 

Schleij, 
John 
Julian 

Sdiooleij. 

Edward R. 
Eliza I. 
Isabella I. 
John C. 
John C. 
Mary E. 
Susan D. 

Schroder, 
Jacob 
Mary H. 

Scott, 

Abel S. 
Almira E. 
Elizabeth A. 
George S. 
Hannah J. 
Julia A. 
Marvin 
William H. 



PAGE. 

40b 

220 ; 
64 

220 I 

138 
370 

219 

219 
219 



KAMK. 

Scovd, 

Stephen 

Scacord, 

Charles A. 
Claude 

Daniel 
; David II. 

Ella 

Ezra 

George R. 
j Jefferson M. 
I Leon 

Neva 

Pearl D. 

Sarah J. 



21^ Seaman, 

j Ezra C. 
171 Isaac 

I Isaac 
Joel 

Nathaniel 
Sylvancs 

Searles, 
KUie D. 
Jacob 
Julia A. 
Eulu J. 
■ Mysta 
Oliver . 

Scars. 

Desire 
Mary A. 
: NelUe F. 

Seaver. 

Birdie L. 
! Charles H. 
■ Fannie M. 

Frank W. 

John 

Louis G. 

^lary 

Seel ye, 

Gilbert T. 
James A. 
Jennie M. 
Mary A. 
Nathan A. 



57 1 
57 

2GG 



227 

321 
321 
321 
321 
321 
321 
321 



7(5 



830 
330 
353 
322 
320 
329 
329 
320 



5P>3 

PAGE. 

32 

169 
169 

168 

168 

168 

169 

168 

168 

169 

168 

169 

168 

118 

88 

88 

88 
"88 
118 

149 
255 
255 
149 
149 
149 

• 208 ■ 
129 
173. 

339 
329 
329 
329 
329 
329 
273 

819 
319 
319 
319 

319 



5U 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY 



NAME. 

Nathan H. 
Susan E. 

Seister, 

Jane 

Mary 
Scllik, 

Sophia 
Severance, 

Martha 

Sexton, 

Benjamin 

Anne 

Shaekford, 
Ellen P. 
Seth R. 

Shant. 
Eliza 
• Jacob 

ShaHs. 

Emma R. 

Shatiitek, 
Edith A. 
Edward H. 
Florence E. 
Helen :M. 
Henry B. 
Herbert V. 
Lemuel 
Peter 
Sarah D. 
Wilmer H. 

Shdver, 

Hannah 

Martha 

William 

Shaic, 

McKendree 

Shea, 

Rachel 
■ SheSfiehl, 

Carrie E. 
Edmund 
Jennie L. 
Lillian L. 



PAGE. : 


NAME. 


819' 


Nathaniel L. 


319; 


Nathaniel L. 


1 


William G. 


208 Sheldon, 


208; 


Beulah 


1 


Josc}ih A. 


' 211 Shepard, 


1 


Henry 


58 


Isaac 


She^iliarxl, 


37 1 


Albert 


1 
1 


Caroline 


314 Shephardson, 




Lizzie 


210 Sherbia-ne. 


210 


Eleanor M. 


SJierma)!, 


141 


Alice 


141 


Arthur M. 


1 


Carlos S. 


261 1 


Charles 




Charles A. 




Charles E. 


172. 


Charles L. 


173 


Delbcrt E. 


172 


Frederick D 


172 


Frederick S. 


172 


Gertrude :\I. 


172 


Helen I. 


172 


Jessie T. 


172 


John T. 


186 


Lansing W. 


172 


Michael 




Nellie D. 


164 


Susannah 


110 


Sherwood, 


106 


Fletcher 




Shipman, 


133 


Arthur L. 




Ezra 


321 


Frank R. 




Henry R. 


75 


Mary D. 


59 


Nathaniel 


75 


Nathaniel 


75 


Stephen 



PAGE. 

74 
75 

74. 

297 
391 

129 
129 

51 
51 

173 

359 

345 
134 
391 

345 
345 
134 
391 
134 
345 
391 
345 
391 
345 
345 
134 
95 
345 
95 

106 

358 
. 233 
358 
358 
358 
310 
357 
233 



CHAMnOX GKNEALOGY. 



535 



i 






NAME. 

Thomas L. 
Thomas L. 
SJiociiiaker,- 
Anceline 
Jacob 

LUDD 

Sholes, 

Amanda 
SJioticell, 

Benjamin 
Slioiccrs. 

Alexander 

Edward C. 

Hattie E. 

Joseph 

Joseph H. 

Shufeldt, 
VAla 

Shults. 

Clyde C. " 
John H. 

^iELVlN W. 

Siderif, 

Mary A. 

Sikes. 

Almira 
Almira B. 
Azubah 
Edwin 
Ehzabeth 
Eunice A. 
Eunice J. 
Flavia 
Francis 
Francis 
Hannah "SV. 
IraR. 
James 
James 
James 
Josepli H. 
LueUa M. 
Martha J. 
Mary A. 
ilary E. 
Maude 



PAGE. 


NAME. 


310 


Mira J. 


358 


Nannie L. 




1-^elliv V. 


266 


Ollie 


121 


Oscar 


248 


Oscar D. 




Kebecca M. 


2o6 


RUFUS 

Rufus 




Rufus 


123 


Seneca W. 




Wilbur S. 


62 


SilUmav, 


62 


Deborah C. 


62 

62 
62 


Wyllys 

Sllshij, 


Emma 




Simmons, 


lOG 


Silas 




Simms, 


186 


Benjamin R 


186 
186 


Simonson, 
Jacob 


182 


Sim2)-<0)i, 


Charles P. 




David 


206 
207 

206 

208 


Sims. 


Frederick 
James 


208 


Sipperiy, 


207 


Erastus 


208 


Louis E. 


206 


Skinner. 


207 


Alice 


208 


Benjamin 


207 


Benjamin 


207 


Edward N. 


206 


Ellen M. 


207 


Frank B. 


207 


Frank W. 


207 


Geouge N. 


208 


Harriet C. 


208 


John B. 


208 


Lester C. 


207 


Lucius 


208 


Lucius S. 



PAGK. 

207 
207 
208 
207 
207 
208 
208 
206 
207 
209 
208 
208 

299 
299 

256 

92 

135 

208 

54 
54 

158 
158 

99 
99 

272 
252 
254 
2.54 
252 
253 
253 
254 
252 
254 
253 
252 
253 



536 



CnAMPIOX GENEALOGY. 



NAMt. 

Thomas 

Slate, 

AXN R. 
Fanny 
Frederic P. 
George R. 
Jacob G. 
Lathrop E. 
Lathkop E. 
Pliebe G. 
Philanda R. 
William C. 

Slater, 

Cora A. 
Frank M. 
Hattie S. 
Minnie H. 
William J. 

Sloat. 

Harriet 

Slote, 

O. P. 
Smart, 

Mary E. 

Sm ith , 

Abigail (Mrs.) 
Alice 
Alonzo 
Alonzo 
Amy 
And re V.- 
Anne C. 
Annabel 
A?a 
Betsy 
Catherine 
Catherine 
Diana P. 
Edward L. 
Elizabeth 
Ella J. 
Ehvina M, 
George 
Henry N. 
Henry T. 
Hepzie L. 



PAGE. I 

254! 

273 



71 I 
170} 
153 j 
152; 

71 
71! 
71 ! 
71] 

152; 

135 I 
134: 
184: 
i:i4 
134 
i 

245 

410 



>rAMK. 

Ignatius 
Irving C. 
Irving D. 
Isaac H. , 
Jacob H.'^^-^--* 
James S. 
Jemima 
John H. 
Julia E. 
Julia M. 
Julia S. 
Madelaxa 
Martha M. 
Iklary H. 
Melville S. 
Nancy 
Micliolas 
Patly 
Phebe 
Robert 
Rufus 
Solomon 
Viola 
\Villiam H. 



372 S'lVjdcr, 

Catherine 

233 Sank. 
159 Amy 

'^'^ South itiayd, 

88' 
100 
140 
316 

53 

53 
157 

60 
121 
168 

53 
251 

69 Spaiihlirig, 



Dorcas 
Ellen 

Southtrorth, 
Frances 
John 
Mary L. 
Otis S. 
AYilliam J. 
AVilliam P. 

Spiddiiuj, 
Lucv 



J 



333 
63! 

88^ 

99 

53! 



Cham[iion 
Charles A. 
Charles A. 
Charles W. 
Ephraim 



PAGE. 

365 

m 

69 

a'. .;.. 168^ 

69 

28 
365 
22a 

49 

69 

140 

253 

88 
69 
64 

8S-V 
175 

88 
244 

88 
168 
168 
223 
244 

141 - 

86 

325 

106 

3' 3 
373 
373 
3:3 

or-o 

37;^ 

215 

38 
376 
370 
107 
376 



CHAMPION GENEALOay. 



XAJIE. 

Ethelyn L. 

James S. 

Jonathan 

Louise A. 

Lucy M. 

Nathan 

Nina R. 

Olive M. 

Philip 

Philip 

Ralph E. 

Silas 
Sjjaicn, 

Sarah 
Spcedliny, 

Sarah A. 
Spelliuan, 

Elizur 
Spencer, 

Abigail 

Jennie (Mrs.) 

Laurina 

Sophro : 1 ia 
Sprague, 

George H. 

Josliua 
Spurgeon, 

Mary 

Squire, 
Sarah 

St. John, 

Gaines W. 

Jane 

Hezekiah 

Stader, 

Annie 

Henry 
Stafford, 

N.v.\CY A. C. 

Stephen 
Standnrt, 

Joseph G. 
Standring, 

Edward ^L 

Gilbert J. 

Thomas 



3TG 
403 

38 
876 
403 
107 
376 
107 

38 

38 
107 

3S 

257 

1 
48; 

i 
I 

103; 

I 

252; 

104 

108; 

317 

170 ' 
170; 

403. 

64 

372 
105 
872 

403 
403 

164 
164 

874 

317 
817 
317 



Stavford, 

Puniest E. 

George E. 
Stanley, 

Bradley G. 
Stark, 
V Artlxuv L. 

Bradford 

Caleb 

Caleb N. 

Charles A. 

Dora M. 

Edgar E. 

Edna E. 

Edwin E. 

Everett De R. 

Everett N. 

Hannah B. 

Hattie 

Herbert S. 

Homer E. 

Irving N. 

Jasper W. 

Jf:RionAn R. 

John B 

Louisa 

Lucy M. 

Lydia E. 

Lydia E. 

Mary E. 

Mary Z. 

Rosamond 

Rosamond E. 

Stukely A. 

Thomas N. 

Vii-gil B. 

Walter DeR. 
Stearns, 

Lucy 

Stehbins, 

Elizabeth C. 

Jere 

Pa MA 
StednKdi. 

Catherine 

Estella 

George 



206 
206 

157 

373 
373 
371 
372 
373 
372 
373 
372 
372 
372 
197 
373 
197 
373 
373 
373 
373 
371 
133 
373 
373 
373 
373 
373 
373 
373 
373 
373 
373 
373 
372 

284 

344 
209 
209 

396 
73 
78 



538 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY 



NAME. 

Stephenson, 

Mary E. 
Stevens, 

Almoii 

Charles 

Emma 

George 

Laura K. 

Maggie 

;Martha E. 

Reii'i)en 

Steves, 

Elijah 

Joel C. 

Lusinah 

Rosalia 

William 
Steirorf, 

Abigail 

Stiekney, 
Austin 
Eliza T. 
Henry A. 
Joseph T. 
Lucy M. 
William 

Sfillman, 

Albert W. 

Stihrell, 
Paul O. 

Stocking, 
Martha 

Stoddard, 
Clarissa 

Stokes, 
John 
Rosanna 

Stone, 

Charles 
Enos 
John 
Louisa P. 
Moses J. 
Noah 

^ Storrs, 

Anna E. 



NAME. 

Eliza 
Eliza 
Eliza B. 
Fortune K. 
Henry Tj. 
Henry R. 
Henry R. 
Henry R. 
' Lemuel 
Lemuel 
Lemuel A. 
Lemuel G. 
Leonard I\. 
Louisa S. 
Maria 
Mary C. 
Peyton R. 
Sarah E. 
William C. 
William L. 

Stoiick, 

Warren F. 

Street els, 
Lydia, 

Strine, 
Ann 

StrincJiart, 

Sarah 
Stronrj, 

Abigail B. 
Adonijah 
Edward 
I Esther 

Frances M. 
Harriet 
Harriet W. 
Helen M. 
Julia 
Mary 
]\Iinerva 
Newton D. 
Oliver 
Phebe 
Ruth (Mrs.) 
Samuel W. 
i Sarah E. 
3.54 '. Seth 



208, 

245 I 
141! 
261 i 
141 1 
332 i 
141! 
221 1 

2211 

I 

100 
100; 
100 i 
100 
99 

70 

858 
358 
358 
858 
358 
358 

137 

260 

65 

I 
1 

354 

397 
397 

255 

354 
218 
354 
218 
272 



PAGE. 

307 

354 

294 

307 

353 

306 

354 

354 

289 

289 

290 

290 

354 

354 

354 

355 

307 

354 

354 

290 

400 

103 

227 

54 

278 

273 

273 

211 

217 

216 

273 

273 

278 

278 

218 

273 

211 

217 

211 

273 

273 

216 



CHAMnON GENEALOGY. 



539 



y^ 



JTAME. 

Theoflr>re 

Theron R. 
- William 

William 

William L. 
Siitrdevant, 

Elisha 

Jessie II. 

Lydia H. 

Rolland 

Sarah (Mrs.) 
Sinnner, 

Ella A. 
Snrrins, 

James 
Sntfon, 

Rhoda 
Suxiitei/, 

John 
Sicaiisoii, 

Eleanora C. 
Sirartz, 

John 
Siceet, 

Alzina M. 

Ella M. 

Ethel M. 

Grove M. 

Lovina E. 

Martin J. 

Mary E. 

Mile' 

Minnie M. 
Siretlancl, 

Hepsibah 
Sw(-ft, 

Philo 
Taber, 

William E. 
Taft, 

Burr 

Caleb 

Charles E. 

Frank 

Guy 

Harold E. 



PAOE. 


NAME. 


278 


ISA AC B. 


76 


John 


94 


Mabel A. 


273 


Maud A. 


278 


Margarette 




Nora 


260 


Orin L. 


2C7 


TaJcott, 


266 


Florilla 


267 
267 


Tanner, 



90 



829 

122 

63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
68 

206 



61 



Eliza E. 

John 

Lyman 



gg Tarbo.v, 
; Lydia 

372 Tarleton. 

Hannah 

49 Taylor, 

Charles H. 

Clarissa 

Edward E. 

Eldad 

Elizabeth 

Emeline 

Franklin 

James 

Jessie 

John 

Jonathan 

Lizzie S. 

Martha 

Mary 

Prudency 

Susan U.' 

William A. 



9r<o Tennant, 

Alfred A. 
Harriet S. 
Lucy S. 

Moses 
173 
j^3 Tenney, 

190 ^"^^^ 

,-g Margaret B. 

173 Terribcrry, 
173 Katie ■ 



PACE. 

173 
190 
190 
190 
190 
173 
135 

328 

320 

23 

320 

298 

405 

182 
216 

75 
305 
305 
185 
218 

75 
315 
244 
226 
226 
244 
218 
■ 318 
228 
182 

157 
157 
137 
137 

391 
391 

93 



540 



CHAMriON GENEALOGY 



.SAME. 

Thachcr, 

Anna M. 
John H. 
IMulford C. 
Nellip I. 
Stephen G. 
Stephen G. 
William 
Williaui D. 
^V^llianl F. 

Thackara, 
Benjamin 
Hannah 

Thftyre, 





Thomas, 




Augusta I. 




Charles H. 




Claudia 




Elbrid-e L. 




Eleanor L. 




Mary E. 




Nicholas AY 




Nicholas AY 




Thompson, 




Amherst M 


• 


Andrew H. 


. 


Benjamui 




■ Betsey P. 


; 


Eliza L. 


/ 


• George G. 


. 


Jesse 




Louisa 




Mary 
^lary 




Mary E. 


i 


Mary S. 




Nancy AI. 


|. 


Sally *D. 


\ 


Thomson, 


i 


Eliza 


j' ■ 


Thorp, 




Dinah 


1 
i 


Thrasher. 


Isaac 


Sarah J. 



198 
198 
198 
197 
197 
198 
197 
197 
197 

397 
397 

214 

323 

321 

224 

322 
322 
92 
322 
322 

112 

181 

318 

319 

242 

3-9 

318 

248 

218 

272 

181 

319 

319 

319 

320 



Throop, 

Caroline 
Eliza 
Henry H. 
Joseph 

Til>bits. 

Celia a. 

Ticc, 

Abraham 
Rebecca 
Tiff on 11, 
Ann E. 
Benjamin 
Charles A. 
Charles B. 
Earl P. 
Elizabeth 
Elizabeth (Mrs.) 
Ella P. 
Emmett 
Eugene H. 
Evi 

Ezra L. 
Frances L. 
Frank L. 

Homer B. 

Joseph C. 

Joseph C. 

Luella S. 

:Ma70R 

Mary 

Mary A. 

Mary J. 

Maud M. 

Minoiebel 

Parthenia 

"William 

Wdliam H. 

T'dden. 
Lydia 

TiUison, 
Sarah 



243 
243 

243 

•243 

9.>4 

217 
217 

53 
53 
53 
53 

15G 
52 

r.O 



Tili/ou, 
30 Amanda F. 

Carlisle 
$32'. Carlisle 
\322 1 Catherine 



153 
53 
53 
53 
53 
53 
53 
53 
53 
53 
52 
52 
53 
53 
53 
53 
53 
52 
156 

247 

174 

163 
163 
163 
159 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY, 



541 



NAME. 

Charlotte W. 
Dati C. 
Ethviii G. 
George B. 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Maky 
ilaiy E. 
Nettie J. 

Tinbrook, 
Mary 

ThiJcer, 

Abigail 
Anson P. 
Belle E. :sicL 
Berlin ^V. 
Charles 
Charles 

E LIS HA 

Elisha 

Eliza 

Emelme 

Ezra 

George 

Harriet C, 

Helen 

Jeremiah 

John 

John B. 

Lucy 

Lucy 

Lucy 

Lurancy 

Mary 

Mary J. 

Matilda 

JMiranda 

Nancy 

Reuben 

Reuben 

Reuben C. 

Sally 

Samuel 

Samuel 

Samuel H 

Sarah 

Squire 



AGE. 1 

1G3 


NAMK. 

Susan 


lf>3 


S\ isauus 


1G3 


Theodore T 


163 


Ursula 


159 


Viola E. 


159 
IGl 
163 
163 


Louise 
Tomhiin, 



w. 



lOU 


I'ohidS, 


IGl 
163 
163 


Louise 

Tomhiin, 
Elijah 




John W. 


53 


Lemuel 




Grin 


280 ' 


Ruth A. 


133 


Tompkhis, 


133 


Hannali 


133 

5S 


Hannali 
Nehemiah 


13-2 


Toolrr. 


132 


Ruth 


183 
13-2 
133 
133 
132 
218 
132 
133 


Tothian, 

Calvin R. 
Laura J. 

Toidc, 

Joseph 

Lury 

Sally 


132 


Town. 


132 


Sarali 


50 


Trover 


128 


Alice 


133 


Charles N. 


138 


. E.hvard 


28 


Emma 


133 


Ethel 31. 


132 


Harriet 


138 


Harrison B 


133 


Jolm Du B. 


65 


William H. 


132 


William I. 


133 
133 

28 
128 


Travis, 

3Iartha 

TrcO'lircuj, 


133 


Elvira 


133 


Treadicell, 


133 


Elvira 



PAOK. 

65 
280 
133 
133 
133 

93 

121 
134 
131 
121 
131 

1'33 

148 
133 

133 

331 
331 

405 
408 
404 

184 

99 
99 
99 
99 
99 
99 
99 
99 
99 
99 

94 

187 
263 



542 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



NAMB. 

Treat, 

Honour 

Sarah 
Trowbridge, 

Edith C. 

Francis B. 

Helen M. 

Minor 

Tliomas R. 

Thomas R. 

Tnia.T, 

Cliarles 
Curtis E. 
N?:wTON E. 
Peter 

Trudellc, 

Genevieve I. 
T}-i()nbun, 

Daniel L. 

Davi.l 

Eliza S. 

Harriet C. 

Henry C. 

Jane L. 

Joseph 

Tryon, 

Clarissa 

Elizabeth 
Tubbs, 

lucretia 

Lucy 

Peter 
Tucl-er, 

George G. 

George G. 

Jane S. (Mrs.) 
Tulhr, 

Charles DeVV. 

Eilith H. 

Mabel C. 

Marshall J. 

Ralph DeW. 

William 
Trirck. 

Anabel C. 



271 
855 

362 

362 
55 
55 

361 

361 

110 
110' 
110 i 

105! 

i 
I 

106; 



KAME. 

Louis A. 
Petkr J. 
AVashington I. 
William H. 

Turner, 
Almira 
George W. 
Theodora 

Turvil, 

Mary R. 

Tnttle, 

ElJZABETH . 

Harriet P. 
Joiin 
Sarah C. 

Vhlcr, 

Fanny L. (Mrs.) 



359 
293 
313 


K.'Jlll' 1 III , 

Hiram 
Mary 


358 


Upson, 


313 


Charles 


359 


Vail 


293 


Anna 


37 


Isaac 




Israel 


303 


Valentine. 


309 


Adeline M. 




Van Antwerp, 


121 
121 
121 


Deborah 
John 

Van Buren, 


333 
332 


Jane M. 
Richard 


208 


Van Dense n. 


■ 


Albert 


327 
327 
327 


Elizabeth 
Estella 
John D. 


327 


Vandevender, 


327 


Lydia 


327 


Vanevera, 




Potter 


109 


R. N. 



PAGE. 

109 
109 
109 
109 

197 
372 

372 

323 

Ul 
151 
141 



253 

377 
377 

37S 

96 
90 
9G 

333 

108 
108 

98 
98 

89 
89 
89 
89 

323 

156 
156 



t 



CHAMPIOX GENEALOGY. 



54,^ 






Van Home, 

Dorothy (Mrs.) 
"Isaac 

Jotrcrson 

Lewis C. 
Van Iniragen, 

Carrie M. 

Levi 

Sharoc 
Van Ness. 

Emogeue 

Grace R. 
■ Loretta I. 

Walter 

Van Si/ckel, 

Frank 

Jose}:)h 

Kate 
Van<jl(n. 

Nellie E. 
Vedder, 

Eleanor 

Verft oef, 

Julius C. 
Vernon, 

Arthur C. 

Tiio:siAS 

William 
Vibber, 

Anna. 
Vincent, 

Charles 

Ed ward 

John M. 

John M. 

John T. 
Von Bretton, 

Eliza M. 
Voorliees, 

John H. 

William 
Vorht'e><, 

Albert 

John 
Vrnpften, 

Jennie 



PAGK. 


NAME. 




Vrooman, 


338 i 


Abram A. 


338 i 


Adelia J. 


338 


Catherine 


839 


Edward E. 


1 


Lewis IL 


,54 


Wade, 


54 


Almira 


54 1 


Anna P. 




Edward T. 


112 


Elizabeth 


112 1 


Ella S. 


112! 


George 


112 1 


John 


1 


^lary E. 


93 


Thomas S. 


93 


Wager, 


93] 


Cornelius 




Jane 


172 


Waggoner, 




John 


3-29 


Wagner, 




Adelbert 


327 


Clarence 




George H. 


378 


John 


378 


Mary 


378 


Wait, 




Betsy B. 


241 


Esther 




Reniick 


93 


W^aite, 


62 


Harriet 


93 


Morrison R. 


93 


Walker, 


93 


' Freeman V. 




Louisa 


359 


Martha 




Wallace, 


297 


Adrian E. 


297 


Agnks 




' C. Adrian 


129 


Charles S. 


129 


Edith 




1 F. Carleton 



54 i 



Hugh 



184 
184 
184 
184 
184 

133 
298 
298 

37 

.298 

133 

37 
298 
298 

94 
94 

410 

160 
160 
160 
160 
403 

136 

58 

136 

322 
136 

224 

167 
395 

156 
68 
156 
156 
156 
156 
■68 



5i4 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY 



KAME. 

Lew N. 

Victor M. 
William A. 

Walrath, 
EiOiA L. 
Hemy 1. 
Jacob 

JUSEXAH 

Mary 

Walters, 
David 

WoUoii, 
flenry 
Sarah E. 

Ward, 
Alice 
Ethel :T. 
George G. 
Harold 
Ida 

Stephen R. 
William 

Warden, 
Ellen 

Warner, 
Anne E. 
Edv>"ard a. 
Esther P. 
Mary 

Warren, 

Bertlia L. 
Charles H. 
George F. 

Wai'rick, 
Anna E. 
Asa n. 
AsaT. 
Eleanora A 
James 
James H. 
Joshua C. 
Sylvia L. 

Wosldiiu'ii, 
Charlotte 



iGE. 


NAME. 


ir>G 


Waslihtglon, 


ir.e 


George (Gen.) 


15C. 


Georg-e 


106 


Matjy C. 




Watkois, 


188 


Ella 


len 


Henry 


18S 
16."-) 
100 


Watkinsoii. 


Elizabeth 



184 

151 
151 



3-^8 
8'28 

3-:!s 

3-,'8 
3-2S 
1-22 



Ellen M. 
Henry 
Uavy 
Samuel 
Sara B. 

IJOBEItT 
Robert 
Robert H, 

Watrous, 
J at; ED 

Watson, 

Benj;(iiiin 
EtTiihu; 
Eunice C. 



336 ^^^"^' 



350 
368 
340 

107; 

21T 

:217 
217 

104 
KM 
103 
104 
103 
104 
104 
104 

331 



Abbie 

Webb, 

Adelbert J. 
Carrie B. 
Harland A. 
Ida R. 
Isaac 
Lois 
Sally 

VVlLFORD 
^Vllt•ord J. 

Wedfjeirood. 
Nancy 

Weed, 
Emily 
Jolin 
Juliaett 
:\Iary 

Weeks, 

Gil man 



225 



265 
265 

315 

294 
294 
316 
294 
314 
294 
29-i 
294 

119 

100 

100 

65 

174 

112 
112 
112 
112 
111 
246 
343 
111 
112 

405 

247 
247 
346 
372 

408 



CHAMl'lON GENEALOGY 



545 



:SAME. 

Welch, 

Emz;abeth 

Paul 

Weld, 

Betsey 

WeMen, 

Hannah 

\VtUe)\ 
Ruth 

Wellci. 

Huklah 

Wells, 

Abigail 
Daniel D. 
Mary A. 
Mary F. 
Russell 
Surah (Mrs.) 

Wentirovth, 
Amanda 
Anne M. 
Bartlett 
Charles D. 
Euima E. 
Ida F. 
Isaac 
Jacob 
James F. 
Jeremiah F. 

Lemuel 

LeviF. 

Lydia 

Millard F. 

Nancy 

Nancy 

Noah 

Richard 

Ruth L. 

Thomas H. 



Wesley. 
Willis 



C. 



West, 

Helena 
Olive 
Sedate 
William 



J.GE. NAME. 


WestfulL 


383 


Almira 


383 


Esley V. B. 




Nancy 


221 


Stanley 


127 "' 


?stoii. 




Alice L. 




Charles W^ 


209 


Clara H. 




CummiTigs 


352 ^ 


Flora A. 


1 


Nettie M. 


29.") Wheeler. 


6o 


Benjamin , 


293 


Elizabeth F. 


65 


Fanny L. 


295 iv/itc/ocA.-, 


295. 


]\laria 


! ^^l}i2)ple. 


406 


Aniiel W. 


406 


Daniel 


406 


Elizabeth S. 


407 


Fa-NXY 


407 White. 


407 


Addie V. 


406 


Anna 


407 


Charles W. 


406 


Daniel C. 


406 


Ehsha 


138 


Emily A. 


406 


Esther 


406 


Eunice R. 


407, 


Herbert B. 


138' 


John 


406 


' John J. 


407 


Julia A. 


406: 


. Lester C. 


40< \ 


^lary J. 


407 1 


Milo 




Myra 


251 


Nelson L. 




RlOHARL) L 


72 


Sarah 


68 


Sarah 


188 


■j Sophia 


67 


i Theodosia 



89 

89 
89 

89 
89 

408 

408 

408 

408 

408 . 

408 

336 
336 
157 

204 

359 
139 
359 
130 

256 
346 
58 
306 
246 
58 
306 
406 
256 
406 
256 
162 
163 
163 
163 
246 
346 
162 
347 
353 
54 
206 



3.5 



r" 



540 



CHAMPION GEN P: A LOGY, 



NAiir,. 
AViUiain H. 


PAGE. 

2o6 


William H. 


256 


Whiting, 




Eugenia 


128 


]yrary B. 


348 


Nathan C. 


348 


Ruxbey 


172 


Whit)ieu, 




Abigail 


300 


Alonzo 


215 


Boylston 


215 


Catherine 


136 


Elijah 


136 


J'rederick :\IcG. 


355 


[Margaret L. 


355 


Mary E. 


54 


William 


54 


William G. 


219 


Whitsou, 




Charity 


403 


Peter 


402 


Whittlesey, 




Abigail 


237 


Hezekiah 


56 


Jared P. 


818 


Joseph 


237 


Mercy H. 


56 


Sarah J. 


313 


Wiarcl, 




Albert 


306 


Wibber, 




Esther V. 


159 


WigJtti)Hi7i, 




Asa 


56 


Lucy 


158 


Witco.v, 




Ella 


159 


Ellen 


261 


Florence 


159 


Harvey F. 


155 


John 


98 


Euther 


159 


Oliver 


159 


POLI.Y 


121 


Weltha W. 


98 


William H. 


159 



Wilder, 

George J. 
Wiley, 

Alexander 

Mary J. 
Wilkins, 

Benjamin 

P^lizabeth 
Wilkin>;on, 

Nellie 
Wilkison, 

Alice 

Caroline E. 

Harriet 

James 
Willcy, 

Abel . 

Deborah 

Hannah 

Isaac 

Isaac 

John 

John 

Miriam 

Rachel 

Sarah 

Zachary 

Williams. 
Emma M. 
Margaret 
Mary 
Roger 

Williamson, 
Cordelia' 

Will it ts, 

Abraham W' 
Addaline 
Amanda M. 
Charles 
Charles W. 
!Malissa 
Nancy M. 
Rebecca 
Sej'mour S. 
Stafford 
Stafford L. 
William W^ 



376 

187 

187 

398 
398 

353 

153 
154 
153 
153 

27 
27 

27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 

135 

217 

108 

90 

105 

250 
251 
251 
250 
250 
250 
251 
251 
251 
250 
251 
250 



CHAMPION GKNKALOGY, 



547 



XAME. 

WiUmari, 
Elizabeth 

WiUmott, 

Charles 

Electa 
WUJoughhy, 

Wilson, 

Alexandrine N. 

Annie 

Caroline 

Henry 

Huldah A. 

John 

Julia 

Mary 

Marj- 

Myron W. 

Romain 

. Wincliell, 
Dan 

LOVINA 

Winn, 

Elizabeth 

Simeon 
Winnegar, 

Addie 

Russell 

Win slow, 
Claeissa 

Wohlgemouth , 

Eve 
Wolcott, 

Wood, 

Addison C. 
Albert S. 
Caleb 
Charles L. 
Ellen. E. 
Ellen F. 
Emma L. 
Erastus 
Eunice 
Eva M. 
Ezra 



151 

i 

182 I 

183 I 

126 



NAilK. 

Frederick A. 
Henry C. 
Howaid J. 
John B. 
Levi 
Lois 

Lydia M. 
Nancy 
Phebe J. 



359 


Sarah A. 


811 


Stephen R. 


«91 


William 


391 




267 ^ 

147 

391 


Voodbridge. 


Charles W. 


Charlotte L. 


255 Woodruff, 


391 


Laura 


311 


Woods, 


147 


Jeremiah 


i 


Prudence 


51 


Woodirorth, 


51 


Gilbert 


147 


Woolivorth, 


Aaron 


147 


John 




Moses 


184 


Richard 


184 


Richard 




Richard C. 


249 


Worth, 




IMartlia 


141 


Worthington, 




Judith 


370 






Wort man. 




Sarah 


131 




131 


Wragg, 


130 


Pamela 


131 


Wrench, 


131 


Addison M. 


407 


Amos 


253 


Bern ard 


131 


Bernard L. 


207 


Carrie A. 


62 


George P. 


130 


Raymond C 



PAGE. 

131 

62 

63 

131 

207 

131 

131 

144 

131 

131 

253 

. 131 

198 
256 

351 

• 28 
160 

204 

205 
205 
205 
205 
205 
205 

29G 

2«9 

137 

229 

179 

178 
178 
179 
179 
179 
179 



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548 



CHAMPION GENEALOGY. 



Wright. 
Anne 
Charles L. 
Charles W. 
Coi-a E. 
Harriet 
John 

Mattison B. 
Naomi 
Bichard 
Samuel H. 
Sarah J. 
Sylvia C. 
Willard T. 

Wyckoff. 
Nancy 

Wylk, 

Elizabeth 

Yale, 
J. C. 

Yard, 

William 

Yaic, 

Isabelle 



243 
361 
361 
261 
317 
396 
' 53 
205 
396 
133 
133 
330 
361 

318; 

267 

90 

39S 
130 



NAME. 

Yeonians, 
Eliza 
Gill)ert 
IMiranda 

York, 

Amos 

Young, 

Amelia D. 

Caroline D. 

Catherine 

David 

David 

Elizabeth 

Lucy A. 

Mary 11. 

N. 

Sarah B. 

Timothy 

Zelotes 
Yoxheiiiier, 

Maria 

Za7ie, 

Deborah 

Zerega, 

Augustus 
i Azelia C. 



223 
319 
319 

244 

263 
355 
163 
355 
355 
405 
355 
355 
400 
355 
405 
263 

400 

397 

359 
359 



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CORRECTIONS 



PAGE 

20, line 23, "A Notable Woman of Lyme.— Lyme. December 4, 1739. 
This day died here in the 104th year of her age Mrs. Mar}' Towner 
after she had buried four husbands and been a widow about forty 
years. According to the best computation that can be made and the 
best account that can be had, more than jOO j^ersons have descended 
from her. Her grandchildren have been grandparents near twenty 
years, and many of the fifth generation have sprung from her. She 
has lived a good subject in the reign of six great kings, two queens, 
and one crafty and potent usurper ; and at last departed with strong 
hopes of a better life. —The N. Y. Weekly Journal, Dec. 24, 1739, 
No. 31o. 

The woman mentioned in your Paper, viz : Mrs. Deborah Towner 
of Lyme, that was said to travel three miles before breakfast, and 
dance with one of iier grandchildren's grandchildren, died the fifth 
instant, in the 104th year of her age. Her reason and strength held 
to the last week of her life. She hath had four husbands, viz : 
Jones, Crane, Champion, and ToAvner ; by the first of which she 
had 7 children : she hath left a numerous otTspring, viz : G children, 
43 grandchildren's grandchildren ; she hath been great-great-grand- 
mother 11 years. — Id., Jan. 1739-40, No. 316." Reprinted from 
Maga. Am. Hist., XIV., 621. 

CORRECTIONS. 

A few errors which escaped attention while the work was passing 
through the press are here corrected. The reader will easily correct for 
himself any errors in orthography, etc. 

Page 

28, top line, for Woods read Wood. 

44, No. 23, he lived and died on Flat Rock Hill. 

46, No. 25. he and liis wife lie buried at Duck River. 

47, No. 25. i, for Miller read Chidwick as on page 55. 
47. No. 26, it was his son Henry who served in tJie war. 
57, line 10, omit the words on farm.^. 

57, No. iv, line 2. for Ellen read Ella. 

57, No. v, line 2. for Fcuner read Francelia. 

57, last line, for JO May read J9 Sept. 

60, No. 44, Mr. J. P. Champion died 23 March 1891. in Phelps. 

88, No. 92. iv, last line, for Casper read Cephas. 

88, No. 92. ix, line 4, for Elizabeth Harder read Margaret Vanalstyne. 

93, line 16 from bottom, for Robert S. read Cijrena. 

97, No. 96a, line 9, for Monlins read Maiilins. 

98, No. ii, line 7, for Mar. read Xov. 

107, No. 104. iv, line 2, before Xathan insert Edgar. 



560 CHAMriON GENEALOCrY. 

119,^ No. 124, line 5, for Mehitahle {Matlicr) read Eunice (Bcckicith). It 

was Guy, Jr., who inarrird the former. 
120, No. 124. vi, line 2, for King read Ring. 
12l', No. 12t), line 2, for 1S30 read 1S30. 
136 No. 137. i, for Augvstus read Gnstavus. 

183', No. 214, has a daughter Olive L.. b. 23 Jan. 1877, in Waubeek, la. 
184, No. 215. i, for Benjamin read Bolivar. 
190, No. 235, line 4, for Bradleij read Braley. 
208 line 3 from bottom, for Hendrick read Palmer. 

219, No. 263. line 5. f-^r Ensmnna (Mills) read Roicena {Wells). Do., last 
Hue, after being insert among. 

220, No. 263. i. line 2. for Poirell read Rowell. Do., line 5, for 13 read 15. 
224, line 3, for Anna read Mary. 

224, line 14. for Sojihia read Champion. 

229', No. 277. i, line 2, for Washington read Whitehead. Do., Ime 6, for 
Johnson read Johnston. 

23";, No. 17, line 4. for 1760 read 1771. 

241, No. 280, last line, for 1S52 read 1753. 

245, No. 286, line 5, for 17S3 road 17S.3. 

251, No. 294, line 6, for Watcrbury read Torrington. 

273, omit line 2. 

288, line 4, for 1871 read 17S1. 

293 No. 341a. line 5, for nephew read grandson. 
I 30.5' No. 854. vi (and p. 350, No. 408, line 4), for Margretta read Mar- 

! garetta. 

\ 316, No. 365. ii, for Nathaniel read Nathan. 

\ 320', No. 370. line 3, for 18JJ read 1SS2. 

^ 329, No. 383. iii. last line, add Mary Lonise, b. 30 Aug. 18H4. 

[" 332' No. 389, Mr. Samuel Fowler died 30 July 1888. in Westfield. 

\ 333', No. 390! lines 4, 7. and 12, for R. I. read Mass. Do., line 8, for Col- 

\ lege read Medical School. 

\ 336 No. ii, bapt. Sarah Deborah. Her studio is in Florence, Italy. 

[. 347', line 5, for Litchfield read Norfolk. Foot note, for White read 

I ' Booth. 

( 352, No. 409a. ii, for Henry read Mary. 

' 353 No. 409c, line 3. for Middle read East. 

[ 359' No. 416. i, line 1. and ii. line 1, for Hartford read Norwich ; iii, for 

I Hartford read Portsmouth. 

I 360, No. 417. ii. was born in Westchester, N. Y. 

\ 372, first sentence refers to his son Everett (No. iv). 



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